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Retirement Fund Beneficiary Forms Can Be Tricky

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
The 401(k)s and IRAs are commonplace. They are simple to establish and many clients have them. And while most account-opening forms are understandable and seem innocuous, naming the beneficiaries of retirement accounts is often not straightforward.



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