If you are designating a Trust, you must use Mutual of America’s “Designation of Trust as Beneficiary” Form 6475.
(To the Employer: Trust designations cannot be processed through Mutual of America SponsorConnect
• IF THIS DESIGNATION APPLIES TO A NEW ENROLLMENT, IT MUST BE DATED ON OR AFTER THE DATE ON THE
ENROLLMENT FORM. If you are now enrolling in a plan, employer’s name and mailing address below may be left blank.
• For the plans indicated, THIS DESIGNATION COMPLETELY REPLACES ANY PREVIOUS BENEFICIARY DESIGNATION.
EMPLOYER’S NAME EMPLOYER NUMBER
CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER PARTICIPANT’S NAME First Initial Last
__ __ -__ __ __ __ __ __-__
MAILING ADDRESS Street and Number (Include Apartment Number) City State Zip Code DAY TELEPHONE NUMBER
IF FOREIGN RESIDENT Province Country
I wish to designate one or more beneficiaries under:
All my group coverages with current and prior Employers, and all SEP, IRA, VUL and FPA Programs.
Only the coverages listed below:
Type of Plan (Pension, TDA, etc.)
Spouse’s Waiver on reverse must be completed if participant
is married and designating a primary beneficiary other than a
spouse for the following plan types: Defined Contribution
rift, 401(k), certain TDA plans (check Summary Plan
Description), and VEC (Voluntary Employee Contributions).
Married Defined Benefit Plan Participants must designate
their spouse as primary beneficiary. The spouse of a Defined
Benefit Plan participant cannot waive their right to be named
as primary beneficiary.
To Empl oyer using Spon sorC onnect: After entering data,
you must send this form to your Service Manager for any
SEP, IRA or FPA plan. Retain a copy for your files.
Designation is pending until Mutual receives form.
BENEFICIARY DESIGNATIONS (Complete Reverse Side)
In the event of your death, and subject to the Eligible Spouse Waiver requirements, the total value of your account will be paid to the person
or persons you name as your primary beneficiary. If no one you have named as a primary beneficiary survives you, the person(s) you name
as your secondary beneficiary will receive the death benefit. If there is no living designated beneficiary at your death, the amount payable
will be paid to the first surviving class of the following: (a) your surviving spouse (as determined under state law), (b) your surviving children
in equal shares, (c) your surviving parents in equal shares, (d) your surviving brothers and sisters in equal shares, or (e) the executors or
administrators of your estate.
If you name more than one primary beneficiary, or more than one secondary beneficiary, the death benefit will be paid in equal shares to the
primary beneficiaries who survive you, or if none, to the secondary beneficiaries who survive you, unless you show below the percentage
you want each of them to receive. If you specify percentages you want each beneficiary to receive, be sure your percentages for all beneficiaries
in each beneficiary type total 100%.
Name your primary and secondary beneficiaries in the space provided on the reverse side. If you need more space, attach a page providing
the information asked for each beneficiary. Please add your name, the last four digits of your Social Security number, signature and the date.
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