IRAs that are beneficiary designated to children, nieces and nephews, or other non-spouse beneficiaries should instead be beneficiary designated to a trust for the benefit of the non-spouse beneficiary where asset protection for the beneficiary is desired (protection from the claims of the beneficiary’s creditors; bankruptcy protection).
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