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D. beneficiary of his savings account. But his brother dies, and Mark, confined to a nursing home, isn’t able to change the paperwork at the bank to name a new payee. Mark does, however, have a will that contains a residuary clause, naming his daughter Madeline as residuary beneficiary. When Mark dies, and the will is probated, the money in the account goes to her, along with everything else that Mark didn’t specifically leave to another beneficiary. E. If You Change Your Mind Families change; relationships change.
2/13 B. REQUIRED DISTRIBUTIONS FROM RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS ............... 2/14 1. When Withdrawals Must Begin ......................................................... 2/14 2. Calculating the Minimum Distribution .............................................. 2/15 3. Why You Don’t Want to Miss a Required Distribution ....................... 2/16 2/2 8 WAYS TO AVOID PROBATE M illions of employees and small business owners are now in charge of their own retirement plans. They are setting up and keeping an eye on their Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) or Keoghs, or contributing to 401(k) plans (or 403(b) plans, for employees of nonprofit organizations or public schools) under programs set up by their employers.
The IRS publishes thick books containing nothing but retirement plan rules. These regulations are often next to impossible to figure out, and of course they can change at any time. This chapter focuses on the relatively simple task of choosing a beneficiary to inherit the money without probate. It also touches on some important IRS rules about required withdrawals from the two most common types of retirement plans, IRAs and 401(k) plans. Name a Beneficiary for Your Retirement Accounts 2/3 The Tax Advantages of Retirement Plans Traditional IRAs and 401(k) Plans.
8 Ways to Avoid Probate, 5th edition 2004 by Mary Randolph