Anyone who counsels clients in investment or estate-planning matters knows the importance of regularly reviewing beneficiary designations on qualified retirement accounts to one day assure the smooth and intended transfer of assets. However, most Americans don’t regularly seek professional counsel on these matters. Instead, they’re left to navigate obligatory forms that leave them largely handicapped in their planning through the lack of clear information and the rigidity of ...

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