For any number of reasons, clients sometimes want to prevent their inheritors from draining their IRA accounts right after they die.

Frequently, it’s a man who wants an IRA to last long enough to be inherited by the children of his first marriage. The trick then becomes how to ensure that his second (or fifth) wife can live off distributions from the account until her death, after which it will go to his kids.

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