Quite often, for many different reasons (often known only to the deceased original owner), the original owner of an IRA designates a beneficiary that the survivors don’t necessarily agree with. It might be that only one of several children is designated, or perhaps additional beneficiaries are designated along with a spouse. In cases like these, there are ways to make changes to the outcome of the inheritance. In this article we specifically deal with the case where only one of four children was designated as the primary beneficiary of the IRA.
To resolve the situation, let’s consider the following IRA: …Read More