A: The answer to your question is, YES. However, this may not be necessary if, instead of naming the charity as a primary beneficiary of the IRA Inheritance Trust®, the charity was named for a share of the IRA directly on the beneficiary designation form (not in the trust). Also, this may not be necessary if a charity is only named in the trust as a second beneficiary and the primary beneficiary receives a conduit trust.
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