The cows milk was beneficiary to the townspeople. use it as a descriptive word.
The beneficiary received a huge amount of money from lottery.
Lauren was the beneficiary of the 1,000,000 dollars that she won in the lottery.
He is the sole beneficiary of his uncle Ben. If Ben dies then he gets everything!
A beneficiary is a person or group that receives benefits so a sentence you could use would be something like, "The beneficiary of the million dollar check was quite happy," or something to that extent.
The proceeds of a life insurance policy are paid to the designated beneficiary.He was the beneficiary of a series of fortunate incidents, which left him a very wealthy man.
My mom is my beneficiary.
When my father dies he will be the benefactor of his estate, and I will be the main beneficiary.
The child was the beneficiary of the old man's kindness.
Your child may be the beneficiary of all that you own, as spelled out in your will.
I was the beneficiary, when my Grandpa passed away, by getting all his possessions.
'The beneficiary is unable to speak due to her disabilities' is correct.
The vacation was very beneficiary to my dad's health
IBAN or ABA is not in use in kenya. Request beneficiary to give you their A/C number
where is infomation on beneficiary
The plural of beneficiary is beneficiaries.The plural of the singular noun beneficiary is beneficiaries.
No. A beneficiary has no authority to name a beneficiary of another's property. Only the principal can name the beneficiary. Generally, if the primary beneficiary declines to accept the inheritance then the gift will lapse and the property will be included in the estate.
Incase something happens to the first beneficiary. Such as: they pass away.
Yes, the beneficiary of an inherited IRA (AKA beneficiary IRA) can name a beneficiary to that account. In the past, this was not really allowed so some form may still practice as such.
It means that if you want to change the beneficiary, the beneficiary themselves must sign off on it.
Only if named a beneficiary in the will.
If the beneficiary of a policy has died, the estate of the beneficiary can still collect the insurance payment, assuming that the beneficiary does have an heir or heirs of some kind (as most people do). Note that this is a fairly unusual situation, because normally when a beneficiary dies, a new beneficiary is named. There is no reason to allow the policy to have no living beneficiary, unless the insured and the beneficiary happen to die at about the same time, and there is no time to name a new beneficiary.
As long as you did not make your beneficiary irrevocable, you can just change your beneficiary. If your beneficiary is irrevocable you are out of luck unless you can get them to authorize the change.
No, not exactly.The issue of a deceased beneficiary includes any issue that has predeceased that beneficiary.Surviving issue means only the issue living at the time of death of the beneficiary.