What is a testamentary deposit account? While testamentary means who you want to receive something upon your death. The most common form of a testamentary deposit account is one where you set it up with the bank and put the initials on it: P O D upon your death, if there’s any money in there or whatever money’s in there, it’s payable to whoever you’ve designated whenever you opened the account. And so they would be the beneficiaries, which would be a testimony account ITF, which is in trust for which is, did the same thing where you would hold the money in your name, but the account would be in your name and then upon your death, that would designate who would receive the account. So those are a couple of examples of testamentary accounts, which would pass to your beneficiaries upon your death. And that’s all set up through your banking. Also if you have brokerage account, you can set those up and those initials are T O D, which stands for transfer on death. So if you have an account, let’s say with, Merrill Lynch, you can in your name and you want to go to your son’s name, but not have he not have any access during your lifetime, you can check with your broker and say, I’d like to, make this account, go to my son automatically. And then they can set up an account with T O D, which means transfer on death, which would operate the same as a bank account. If you have any questions, give me a call at (727) 847-2288.