by Bob Rywick
The owner of a traditional IRA who designates several beneficiaries will be putting a younger beneficiary who wants to keep required minimum distributions as small as possible at a disadvantage. This is because the distribution period will be determined by the life expectancy of the oldest beneficiary.
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