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Using Trusts as Beneficiaries of IRAs

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The topic of today's program is using trust as beneficiaries of IRAs.

We will talk about:

  1. Why you should use them
  2. Reasons why you shouldn't.
  3. Things you'd need to watch out for.
  4. And other major areas of interest in regard to this subject.

This is a very important topic and can be a very useful planning tool. It's also very complicated and you must follow the rules very carefully.

Today's guest will be Carter Bates and Donald Bolden.

Carter is a partner in the law firm of James-Bates-Brannan-Groover, LLP. He is a tax attorney with offices in Macon and Atlanta. He has is LLM degrees in taxation from New York University. He has set up quite a few of these trusts that we will be talking about today.

Donald Bolden is a CFP and CLU. Donald is a Senior Wealth Advisor with CapSouth Partners and he has extensive experience in estate planning.

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