co-beneficiary


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one of two or more beneficiaries of the same benefit

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When John was widowed 7 years earlier, he named his mother Ida, 72, as a co-beneficiary to allow her access to the funds in the event of his death.
If a charity or the owner's estate, for example, is a beneficiary or co-beneficiary, the IRA is treated as having no designated beneficiary and the owner must compute required distributions using his or her single life expectancy.
The situation is even worse for those who name a charity along with a person as co-beneficiary on the same IRA.
It often names the grantor as trustee or co-trustee and sometimes even names the grantor as a co-beneficiary but is usually limited to an income beneficiary.