The most powerful one page in your financial plan is your beneficiary designation form! Often dismissed as simply a required necessity to open an account, the single page beneficiary form is a critical part of ensuring your funds pass how, when and to whom you want. We talk about the use of a beneficiary and the various considerations one faces when using this for estate planning purposes and most common mistakes when it comes to beneficiaries.
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