Estate PlanningPlanning for Multiple Beneficiaries by Ed Slott

For some people, leaving a legacy is as simple as naming their spouse as their sole beneficiary, but for many, there is a list of loved ones they want to include.

 

Beneficiary planning can be tricky, and if you’re planning to leave your assets to more than one person, you need to ensure that you’re setting everything up correctly so that your heirs can avoid paying unnecessary taxes.

To learn more, click here to download “Planning for Multiple Beneficiaries in 5 Easy Steps.”

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