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The beneficiary designation forms allow you to name primary and secondary beneficiaries. Your \u201cprimary beneficiaries\u201d are the first people or entities that you want to receive your benefit after you die.
Most beneficiary designations will require you to provide a person's full legal name and their relationship to you (spouse, child, mother, etc.). Some beneficiary designations also include information like mailing address, email, phone number, date of birth and Social Security number.
Name only living persons as beneficiaries, unless you are naming a trust, your estate or an organization. Do not name the same person or organization as both a primary and secondary beneficiary. Do not use the word \u201cor\u201d when designating multiple beneficiaries. Do not impose any conditions on payment.
There are different types of beneficiaries; Irrevocable, Revocable and Contingent.
I designate the person or persons named below as my primary beneficiary or beneficiaries (and contingent beneficiary or beneficiaries) to receive any death benefit under the above Plan, and I direct that such amount be divided among such persons in accordance with the percentage(s) shown below.
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There are different types of beneficiaries; Irrevocable, Revocable and Contingent.
A beneficiary designation is a document that names the individual who will receive an asset in the case of your passing. Beneficiary designations are unique to each asset and are managed by the entity that holds said asset.
Beneficiary designation forms are used to determine who is entitled to the defined contribution retirement plan benefits upon the death of a participant. While participants complete these forms upon entering a plan, it's often overlooked if the participant has a change in status through marriage, divorce, etc.
If you contribute to a retirement account or own a life insurance policy, you're probably aware of beneficiary designations. Beneficiaries are a form of estate planning and ensure that your assets are transferred to the right person, people, or entity, upon your death.
A beneficiary designation is a document that names the individual who will receive an asset in the case of your passing. Beneficiary designations are unique to each asset and are managed by the entity that holds said asset.

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