When you list the people who will benefit from your lifetime of hard work (your beneficiaries), is that group of names the same this yearas last? Life can change in the blink of an eye, and it’s important that you have a record (i.e., a will or trust) of who gets what in case something happens to you.
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So, What's the Deal?
Usually, a will or trust can govern all assets. But an IRA can work differently. In most cases, an IRA owner must complete a beneficiary form. This form can come either from the custodian, the company holding the account, or the third-party administrator (the company that keeps the retirement plan records, also known as a TPA). This IRA beneficiary form really matters because if the named beneficiary on your IRA account is different than the one on your will and trust, your intended heir(s) won’t receive those IRA funds.
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October 14, 2022