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Disclaiming An IRA: New PLR Improves Beneficiary Options
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Nov. 3, 2000
Excerpt: A disclaimer by the personal representative of the second spouse to die was used to change the designated beneficiary and allow required distributions to be based on the life expectancy of younger beneficiaries (the children), even though the spouse was the designated beneficiary at the time of the IRA owner's death.

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