Planning For a Disclaimer – 5 Easy Steps
Estate Planning: While it may seem unlikely, there are situations where beneficiaries decide to turn down an inheritance.
Whether it’s to avoid the taxes associated with the assets, or to pass them along to another beneficiary, a disclaimer can help a beneficiary with the option to refuse an inheritance.
Executing a disclaimer, however, is not a simple task, and for it to work properly, a proactive plan should be put into place.
Several steps should be taken, including naming contingent beneficiaries and consulting with a qualified professional.
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