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What is the Definition of Irrevocable Beneficiary?

What is the Definition of Irrevocable Beneficiary?

A life insurance policy beneficiary who has a vested interest in the policy proceeds even during the insured’s lifetime because the policy owner has the right to change the beneficiary designation only after obtaining the beneficiary’s consent. Contrast with Revocable beneficiary.

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What is the Definition of Irrevocable Beneficiary?

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