Deciding who should receive your financial assets once you die can be unnerving. But it's also really important.
Failing to select a beneficiary for your bank and investment accounts, as well as retirement plans, can spell bad news for your family members, as they might have to go through a lengthy and potentially expensive legal process to determine where your money should go.
To help you avoid that scenario, here's a closer look at the accounts, for which you'll need to select a beneficiary, as well as what that means.
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