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I listened to an April 2022 podcast by Suze Orman. She strongly mentions designating a beneficiary for each I-bond purchase...to avoid probate in the case of my demise. In opening my account with a purchase, I did not see anywhere of how to include a beneficiary. Their video instruction guide did not include this detail.

Does anyone know how to do this...or should I call the phone number for assistance, which the Treasury website indicates is a long wait.

My son helped me with setting up the account & making an I-Bond purchase...it was nerve-wracking & not an easy feat for me, even with his assistance. So, if anyone has designated a beneficiary, would you please share the 'how-to instructions' with me, as basic & simplistic as possible.

Thank you in advance,
Apacherose
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