RetireWell will assist in keeping wealth for your future generations. Furthermore, our products have a number of options and significant flexibility in how the transfer of assets are setup
So, what is an “Enhanced Death Benefit”? This is a “rider” offered on many financial products that increase the death benefit to the beneficiary. Some companies charge a fee for this benefit, while others offer it across all of their products or policies
How much benefit and how they are structured vary from company to company. In conclusion, Let RetireWell assist with your legacy planning efforts
Interestingly, the IRS rule that allowed you to stretch out distributions of your IRA to your beneficiaries used to be much more favorable. In addition, it is no longer a lifetime stretch, it is limited to 10 years
Taking only the Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) from your IRA may protect you from a sizeable tax liability, but potentially not for your loved ones.
Firstly, naming your estate and not an individual or a trust as the beneficiary of your life insurance subjects it to probate.
Prevent kids from a first marriage from being cut out with designations on assets that carry no spousal or joint ownership constraints. As such, houses and bank accounts go right to the co-owner
Estate laws favor spouses. Therefore, payable- or transferable-on-death accounts automatically go to the closest living relative unless designated otherwise
If you wish to leave retirement money to someone other than your spouse, he/she must sign a written waiver, or else the deal is off
Don’t take it on faith that a form you filed 30 years ago is still in some bank’s file. Therefore, get copies from every bank, fund, and insurance company.
Finally, Make copies and tell your executor and loved ones where your documents are kept
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