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The best treatment for a spousal inherited IRA | podcast

4 months ago · 12 min listen

Spouses receive the best deal when it comes to being an eligible designated beneficiary. There are three options for what can be done when a spouse inherits an IRA from their deceased spouse. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Bob Keebler, CPA/PFS, interviews expert Natalie Choate, Esq., to discuss the choices so that you can implement the most effective strategy for your clients. They discuss:

  • The three options and which is the best route

  • The better deal that spouses receive as eligible designated beneficiaries

  • When it makes sense to deviate from the best route

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