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If you own stocks, bonds or mutual fund shares in brokerage accounts, you may name KQED as a "TOD" (transfer on death) beneficiary.

How: Check with your broker for details and the appropriate form. Use KQED's legal name, "KQED Inc.," and Taxpayer ID No. 94-1241309, if needed

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