If you are the son, daughter, brother, sister, or even a close friend of an IRA owner who has named you as their beneficiary, it's important that you—and the owner of the IRA—understand the rules that govern IRA inheritances. Inherited, NON-SPOUSE IRA’s are a relatively new topic, and often misunderstood. One of the most common mistakes is the assumption that the non-spouse beneficiary can move the IRA into his or her own IRA. That’s not allowed. It must remain separate. There are some very tricky rules that you will want to be very clear on---but we will simplify them for you today in the Market Intel segment. Then agricultural commodity expert Terry Shveda with Decadian joins us for the Q & A. A big show today that you DON'T want to miss! MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!