What is a good book on creating a trust that would qualify as the beneficiary for an IRA?

By Denise Appleby AAA
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"Life And Death Planning For Retirement Benefits" has all you need and more. If you read this book, you won't need any luck.

To learn more about designating a beneficiary, check out Who Is The Beneficiary Of Your Account?, Roth IRA: Back To Basics and Skipping-Out On Probate Costs.



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