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Beneficiary Battles
Friday, July 1, 2011
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Imagine his children's surprise: Despite having previously named his three kids as beneficiaries of his 401(k) plan, a deceased man's workplace retirement savings would not be part of their inheritance. Instead, they would pass to his new wife.

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