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If your Ira's are substantial you could consider another option. You can setup one of the IRA's for each
child. It would benefit the younger ones to average
life expectancies with you, as it would generate longer
holding periods. Another benefit is it significantly
simplifies estate distribution when the time comes. You
can adjust the holdings in each IRA by rolling over from one to another. Just a thought - - Matthew
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