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Inherited IRA account holders and beneficiaries searching the internet for free help may easily get conflicting information and outdated data or outright -- wrong advice that may only make things worse.  Some will get the sales "sell up" all because you respond.  Not here. 

A trusted and respected long term adviser is ready to take your call about your Inherited IRA (Beneficiary IRA) situation or respond to your email to HELP you RIGHT NOW!  No tricks or games.  Just read some CLIENT TESTIMONIALS, to discover why clients who find me -- stay with me for decades!    

MD AndersonI am M.D. Anderson, a nationally known and often published inherited IRA and estate financial consultant in Chandler, Arizona. My firm, Financial Strategies, Inc., (founded in 1990), has been performing specific Inherited IRA and tax consulting since 1998.

With hundreds of local clients in Arizona and many clients throughout the United States and serving U.S. citizens living abroad as well -- let my 40+ years of financial experience solve your inherited IRA problem.  To do that, it may be necessary to first rescue your inherited IRA from bad advice.

My associate and consulting partner Dr. Saul S. Gefter, will be reviewing your case too as our firm's legal and co-tax consultant and consulting partner on the FSI inherited IRA advisory team.

Legal Consultancy Included

Saul S GefterI am proud to include in my inherited IRA "rescue" consulting services - legal consultant Dr. Saul S. Gefter.  Saul is a well known former U.S. Diplomat and current International juridical consultant and long term member of the D.C. Bar. 

We include Saul's legal "overview" on every internet based client case. He has assisted our firm on many cases over the years when circumstances required his excellent legal input. Our joined forces provide substantial knowledge and experience and empowers your inherited IRA situation with smart, credible solutions.

It is doubtful you will find any other inherited IRA consulting service ready in a few minutes to start work instantly upon your payment of starter retainer fee. With, the combined skills of myself and Dr. Gefter, we often get hired and go to work the very same day!

Putting a savvy and seasoned legal consultant on your case guarantees ALL the legal options you have now -- will be explored and provided to you along with my separate inherited IRA professional tax related advisory. Together, we  discuss your case and consult to assist you in determining proper "action steps" and case strategy. This is done at a fixed hourly rate for our combined services.  (For one hourly fee you get two professional advisers)

With over 90 years of combined experience in financial matters and client relationships -- this makes us the "senior" consulting team you should hire first to get the edge you need to fix a broken inherited IRA or to solve a difficult inherited IRA problem.

You may already have a difficult and complex Inherited IRA problem potentially without realizing it. Especially if your newly inherited IRA is payable to a family living trust, or if you have  Inherited an IRA but face personal or business bankruptcy. Or maybe someone in your family is in charge and not playing by the rules.

Call me direct at 1-800-782-2806 if you have any of these situations or any questions.  FSI recommends you retain professional advisers at the onset of discovering a problematic inherited IRA account.

Thank You to Past Consulting Clients

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Now, after all these years of practice -- other lawyers and CPA's nationwide now request our combined help to assist them when their own clients have a difficult IRA situation.  And, quite a few have also hired us to consult on their family IRA situations when they lose their own parent.

Therefore, we personally thank all professional advisers who have referred or engaged our inherited IRA consulting services in the past.

Inherited IRA Hell Site Menu

Two RoadsTwo Roads - And Now You Must Choose One To Travel On  It kind of comes down to who you listen to now. Your parent's (or other relative you have inherited from) former adviser, or the advisers that work on inherited IRA cases every day.


Toot The HornNational Media Interviews & Articles with M.D. Anderson  There are pretenders who can fool you at times. But the true professional financial advisers are sought out for national interviews and media publications.


Hot NewsWhat's HOT in Inherited IRA Tax News? Read more about the landmark Supreme Court decision June 12th, 2014 that affects all inherited IRA accounts. And much more inherited IRA related news for the past couple years.


Help ButtonProfessional help available right now to avoid needless taxation of your Inherited IRA  Sometimes you need help fast. If that describes you, push the FSI help button now for instant assistance!


Government GrapWill the government eventually take over your IRA or 401-k plan at work? The proposal happened a few years ago and is just laying there. Find out what was proposed and why it matters to NOT let this happen.


Wall of ShameThink your inherited IRA problem will go away? Read our "Wall of Shame" where actual FSI consulting cases (now closed), went horribly wrong. Learn from their misfortunes. Be sure to FIX your IRA before you die!


Though viewed shooting a foot to save the other, Roth IRA conversions make sense for some.Update On IRS Allowed Roth Conversions  No,   you can convert your Inherited IRA into a Roth under current tax law. And for your regular IRA funds, discover why 2016 may still be a good year to convert your own IRA to a Roth IRA.


Client TestimonialsFinancial Strategies, Inc. Client Testimonials  Founded in 1990, FSI has served many financial needs for thousands of clients over the years. Read what they think of our services.


Two Roads - And Now You Must Choose Just One To Travel On

Two Roads To Choose From

Most people with problem oriented inherited IRA accounts hire my firm's services after calling to chat with me for a few minutes.  After just a few minutes of conversation, they can tell I am actively engaged on multiple case files and speak with authority on applicable laws and potential options. 

The most common response I get is "You seem to know what you are talking about" or "I like what you are saying because it sounds better than what my local financial adviser is telling me".

Past inherited IRA clients after being rescued from "bad advisers" have called me a "financial angel" and even one stated I was "an answer to prayer" a few years ago.  Articles quoting my knowledge in the Wall Street Journal, Fox Business News, and other national media outlets help direct potential clients to this website you are now reading.

Over all these years, I am sure some of the former advisers that got "fired" due to my advice given to new inherited IRA clients -- had some choice words to call me that aren't very nice at all. I do remember one former adviser years ago who called me a "bean counter" and told me to butt out of his client's retirement plan situation. The client listened to me. I also remember the same financial planner here in Phoenix after making fun of me, running a full page ad in the paper declaring his knowledge on inherited IRA's. Based on what I knew, that would be very little. 

I will have to admit that no adviser on this difficult subject is going to be an expert after taking a course or reading a book. It takes years of experience and successful closed client cases to achieve the level I now operate at along with Saul's assistance and help. The rest are all pretenders who most likely have ulterior motives in giving you free inherited IRA advice. Normally, they want a new commission or fee on YOUR inherited money... 

You see, it is extremely rare to find former advisers of the deceased IRA owner that are also competent and experienced inherited IRA advisers. It is almost impossible to think your current adviser (or your deceased parent's former adviser) is going to give you all your options now.  Or even get it right.  The problem is you may not know the difference if they malpractice.  Registering Below is a good start to educate yourself to be able to discern truth from fiction in what these "inherited" advisers tell you.

I know, you  inherited your parent's adviser along with their retirement plan/s. But with some tact and dignity, they can nicely and easily be asked to respect your desire to seek your own advisers since it is now YOUR money.

These inherited advisers will petition surviving beneficiaries to follow their advice and "roll over" the account so they can continue to manage the money for you.  If you should be so lucky, they will actually create a new inherited IRA account which is definitely the right way to go. But even then, they may miss the longer stretch period you are eligible for when any IRA is payable to a living trust or stand alone IRA trust. In our actual case files -- they will tell you the five year rule applies and all your inherited IRA money must be removed in five years after the year  of death, when the decedent died after taking one or more RMD payouts. This is malpractice folks and it happens in as much as 50% of the client cases we accept for Professional advisory services. 

Most times, when client information is submitted to us for review (fax, or emailed PDF files work or we provide a private electronic directory for you), the paperwork these former advisers want you to sign is wrong. In the most egregious cases - it is a lump sum distribution request which means if you sign the forms, you will be paying income taxes on 100% of your beneficiary share yet this year! It doesn't help at all that the forms are confusing and vary between multiple custodian accounts.  You can easily sign your own fate away if you don't read and fill them out carefully.

Now, I fully recognize and admit that those bad advisers giving bad advice drive visitors to this website who are estate managers and administrators or actual beneficiaries who question the options these advisers give them after the death of an IRA owner. I know my firm wouldn't get hired as often as it does to fix a problematic inherited IRA situation without them. But, I provide this service along with my other financial services offered by my financial advisory firm. Rarely do I get a break from assisting clients with IRA problems - because it has gotten worse the past few years and I have been busier then ever as a consultant. 

Most often the problems are CAUSED by the very adviser telling the new IRA beneficiaries (or estate manager) something that just isn't true. They hope you won't know the difference and will just blindly invest what is left after taxes or penalties paid -- all caused by their bad advice. Of course, they expect you to invest with them.  And if you don't... like I said, I get called a lot of choice names by enlightening my clients with 100% of their options -- including options only available when you sever your ties with these folks. 

These inept and un-skilled advisers caused popular trust, estate and retirement planning author and expert -- Boston's lawyer Natalie B. Choate -- to personally congratulate me a few years ago for telling on them in our Wall of Shame page on this website.  All true inherited IRA advisers subscribe to her retirement planning "Bible", newsletters and updates: Life and Death Planning for Retirement Benefits, 7th edition.

Our firm will not work with a current adviser who gave you or your deceased loved one bad inherited IRA advice that later proves to have caused you harm or financial loss.  Besides, few are going to be able to handle this, the most complicated section of the tax code. Nor do they deserve to assist you now if they were the "cause" of your current problem discovered. If they are the cause of tax or legal problems for you, your estate, or a trust as beneficiary of large IRA dollars - unfortunately we can't accept a request to assist you if you want us to "work with them".  (We won't mix well with others that have caused you financial harm)

I personally bypass all advisers anyway in my work for inherited IRA clients. But I will talk to the supervisors or legal departments of the firms they represent for the benefit of you -- our potential consulting client.  This is a tremendous time saver and it helps cut to the chase and perhaps solve your current inherited IRA problem quickly and at a very low advisory expense. 

Right now, you need someone who understands both traditional and self directed IRAs and also fully knows how they affect estates and living trusts when they are named as the primary beneficiary.

In summary, know my firm is "Well Connected" with some of America's top inherited IRA/retirement legal and tax advisers and authors -- all experts and well versed on Inherited IRAs, Taxation, Estates & Trusts.   

Some of those advisers provide the books and guidelines that all of us inherited IRA advisers must use in our advisory practice.  Being quoted in the same national news articles with tax professionals like attorney Natalie B. Choate, CPA Ed Slott, or financial adviser Michael Kitces the past few years is truly a highlight in my long financial consulting and practice. 

It is also your assurance that you have found the "professionals" to fix your IRA problem at a reasonable price.  Unfortunately more than a few of America's financial advisers continue to malpractice in a  "big way" on client accounts before these clients die.  This leaves beneficiaries very few favorable options -- until they contact FSI's inherited services division. If there is a way, we will find it.

With much resources, talent and experience at my disposal, we take on some of the largest IRA cases in America and rescue many millions of IRA dollars from bad advice each year.  In almost every instance, my firm is able to rescue the money from instant or short term taxation. In every case, clients have benefited by our advisory services by being better educated so they can make better decisions.  

So, if you call to test my skills, be aware that in order to help you, I may have to first rescue you from the bad advice another adviser may have already given you.  Or give you that all important "second opinion" before you sign a single piece of paper you may have laying on your desk this very minute. I challenge you to make that call. There is no obligation or fee for your first inquiry.

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M.D. Stays Busy in 5 Separate Financial Disciplines:


1. Accountant:  Estate Tax preparation and Inherited IRA consulting. (Most States)

2. AZCLDP: Certified legal document preparation (Arizona) and paralegal to an International law firm. (worldwide)

3. Realtor:  Professional licensed Realtor and IRA/Estate & Trust owned homes consultant in Tempe, Arizona.

4. Insurance Brokerage Firm:  Life-health-annuity insurance sales and consulting in Arizona and Iowa, and other states from time to time.  

5. Wealth Conversion Consultant:  Hard asset consulting and sales of investment real estate (Arizona and by referral nationwide), precious metals in coins and bullion (Nationwide).

My current occupations are all "mastered" and definitely keep me busy.  But also as a former mortgage officer and securities and Registered Investment Adviser Representative, I have a 360 view that few advisers can give in your situation.  

Time to Toot Our Own Horn

Inherited IRA clients can review M.D. Anderson's National publications and interviews.

 Our Recent Inherited or Self- Directed IRA or Investment Related National Media Mentions




"New IRA rules that close up some loopholes"

"Trusts as IRA Beneficiaries!"

Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog

"Naming a trust as your IRA beneficiary"


"Self-directed IRAs & real estate", part 1

Life Health Pro Part 1 

"Self-directed IRAs & real estate", part 2

Life Health Pro Part 2


"Avoiding Letting Clients End Up In This Place"

Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog

Our Mention in Attorney Natalie B. Choate's Newsletter May 2012

(She likes the fact we publish "horror stories" of victimized beneficiaries, so the public can be warned)

Choate's Notes 

"Inherited IRAs: a Sweet Deal"

Wall Street Journal 

"A Hellacious Inherited IRA Story"

"Eight Pitfalls to Avoid With an Inherited IRA"

Fox Business News  

"8 ways to go wrong with an inherited IRA"  

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M.D. Anderson

"I have helped save my clients countless millions of dollars from needless taxation due to bad advisers and bad advice on inherited IRA accounts."

M.D. Anderson, AZCLDP, Accountant, Realtor

To date, since starting my Inherited IRA consulting division way back in 1998 -- I have helped save my clients countless millions of dollars from needless taxation due to bad advisers and bad advice on inherited IRA accounts.

Sadly, the bad advisers were many times formerly admired and trusted by your deceased parent or loved one. Your guard can easily be down if a large Inherited IRA account is left to you and you are given advice by some of these folks who mean well -- but don't really have a clue just how difficult it is to discern the proper steps to preserve IRA money after death so it doesn't get instantly taxed. Or, taxed on a much faster schedule due to mistakes, misdeeds, or advisory malpractice that frankly, I see on almost every inherited IRA case I work on now.

I've had too many calls from heirs already in Inherited IRA HELL!

TIP:  Seek Counsel at the Outset

An inherited IRA article I was interviewed in, that published in 2012 on and Fox -- "Eight Pitfalls to Avoid With an Inherited IRA", correctly quoted what you must understand at the onset --  "Seek Counsel at the Outset". No better advice could have been spoken by reporter Sheyna Steiner. Especially if you are an owner or beneficiary of a larger Inherited IRA account that you would like to stretch the years out as far as possible before the bulk of the money actually gets taxed.   


Some of my past clients have penned that the "M.D." in my name stands for "M.D. Hammer".  I always maintain a professional attitude but occasionally I have to "get tough" for a client's behalf, while serving their best interests in the Inherited IRA arena. One thing is for sure... I never back down when large financial firms try to intimidate me. (I have never lost an argument since they are always wrong and they eventually always back down or yield)  

Most likely, it is your FINANCIAL INVESTMENT ADVISER who has caused your specific problem, and as noted previously, I do not normally communicate with them. (Just those who supervise them)


I can also assist in discussing problem areas BEFORE death, so the big mistakes I am normally hired on after a loved one dies, can be avoided and eliminated.  As a professional tax consultant and financial adviser, I can't say it any more plainly -- FIX IT BEFORE IT BREAKS!  This in turn, can protect you as well as your current advisers. I can intervene before death occurs and help them NOT to malpractice.  By employing my prevention consulting services before you die, proper education and guidance will guarantee NO ONE ends up in our "Inherited IRA Hell" we talk about in this website. (That is as long as you don't let another bad adviser mess it up again...)

If you are reading this after losing a loved one, you have my profound sympathies. I fully understand just how devastating and overwhelming the estate settlement process can be, especially when placed on top of the grieving process. If you are also an inherited IRA beneficiary, I understand that "deer in the headlights" feeling you may now have. So, I suggest you get some professional help. I have over 39 years of combined tax, investment, mortgage banking, legal and real estate experience in my professional practice.  I have clients nationwide as well ex-patriots in foreign countries.

Frankly, my advisory to fix a problem you now have, or to fix it before it becomes a problem will cost just a fraction -- as to what the true and total cost of a needless big tax or legal mistake could cost you in the long run.

Especially if things go horribly wrong. Keep that in mind when you seriously consider who your ally is going to be in the journey to keep your newly inherited IRA funds away from immediate taxation from Uncle Sam. 

No matter how scared you may be right now while reading this website -- few clients of our firm end up in that "hell" we talk about.  A minimum retainer can help you find out what your current status is.  It's a steal, especially if my tax review reports you have options for stretch IRA potential of inherited funds. But, you need to hire the right person to get the right results. 

The example below shows just how easy you can be in "hell" if you don't know how to play the inherited IRA game: 

A HELLISH EXAMPLE: If you are attempting a self-directed IRA with your inherited IRA money, did anyone yet explain how a simple mistake not caught in the same year it happened -- could cost you a 100% penalty from the IRS? (The custodian legally is charged the penalty, but every custodian is held harmless when you employ them, so the wrong person/company/plan could take your entire IRA!) 

Delaying discovering the mistake in this example could cost 100% of your self directed IRA!  Now, that would be hell wouldn't it?

In closing, If you are looking for intelligence and experience, at a reasonable fee structure, hire the Inherited IRA rescue team! 

Time May Be of The Essence To Fix Your Inherited IRA Problem! 

Employ The Inherited IRA Team Services Right Now

Both inherited IRA consultants M.D. Anderson & Saul S. Gefter will review your situation and assist in solutions.

Billing Rate:  $ 275/hr 

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Note: Once starter retainer is paid, you should immediately email or fax your basic facts and documents to FSI.   Or request a free Dropbox sharing account link. Call 1-800-782-2806 for more details and to obtain our firms dedicated fax line number.

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Testimonial #1

FSI Client(Received on 9/30/08)  "My first interaction with Mike happened back in September 2005 approximately 1 month after my mother passed away in Sun Lakes, Arizona. Mike had made my mothers living trust some years prior to her death. I had copies of bits and pieces of the trust my mother had sent me but had never seen the whole trust until it was given to me by her new husband of 8 months only hours after her death. Being unfamiliar with the trust as well as devastated by the sudden passing of my mother I went through it briefly and hit what I felt were the high points. It wasn’t until I arrived back in Spokane, Washington that I sought out help ciphering through the whole trust with the help of a reputable living trust attorney. His initial charge to complete it all would be between $15,000- $25,000. It was a fairly substantial trust but I felt that was a bit over the top. I then sat down and read it cover to cover and stumbled upon a statement that said to contact Mike Anderson if any problems were encountered reading the trust. So I figured I’d contact him before proceeding forward of course figuring another big price tag to get help!

Boy was I pleasantly surprised after speaking with Mike for just a few minutes and finding out he could take care of everything for somewhere around $1000-$1500 depending on what changes my mother had done to it. I sent the trust to Mike. From that point on I never had any worries. Mike kept in constant contact with me always keeping me informed of what needed to be done and when and then he took care of it. My mother (bless her heart) had made quite numerous changes some on her own and some with assistance from her new husband of 8 months. Most changes were done by pencil scratch out and re-written in new information. Mike was able to cipher through all the legal and questionable changes that had taken place and handled everything there in Arizona.

I felt so comfortable with Mike’s  guidance and knowledge I had him go ahead and make living trust’s for both me and my wife.  I have been in contact with Mike over the last 3 years asking guidance when I make additions and changes to my trust and he is always very expedient and professional in getting back to me. I cannot thank Mike enough for all the monetary value he saved but more for all the mental grief he saved me.  Thanks Mike!"

Retired  MSgt USAF

Max & Ellen Eskildsen

Mead, Washington 99021 

Testimonial #2

Saul S Gefter(Received on 6/27/08) "I have known Michael Anderson for some time as both a colleague and as an associate of our 105 year-old Brazilian international law firm, located in Rio de Janeiro. Mike and his Arizona firm, Financial Strategies, Inc. has been contracted to do strategic financial, tax, trust and estate planning and development on behalf of an important and long-standing client, a member of one of Brazil’s most famous families with assets in Brazil and abroad .

I can personally attest to his business acumen, sharpness of mind, outstanding professional abilities and most importantly, his honesty, integrity and professionalism in accomplishing the most difficult and complex tasks put to him.  Mike’s personal interest in the well-being and concern for the client’s interests entrusted to him is remarkable and noteworthy. His Estate Planning & Trust Portfolio has become a model for others attempting to match his efforts in producing such an important and meaningful document to both clients, their heirs and family members.

Our office has constantly dealt with professionals in all sectors world-wide over the years and I can attest to that fact that Mike is head and shoulders above them all. We look forward to a continued and fruitful relationship with Michael Anderson and his firm for years to come."

Saul S. Gefter, Esq.

U.S. Consul (ret.)

Member, D.C. Bar Assn.

Petrópolis, RJ Brazil 

Testimonial #3

FSI Client(Received on 6/14/08): "It was my mother, Berniece Robb, who first  introduced me to Michael Anderson.  Mother's tax accountant extraordinaire for a period of time, she became aware of Mike's family trust preparation capabilities.  Contacting referrals, she received splendid encouragement from individuals who had engaged Mr. Anderson in preparing their trusts.  Mother placed her confidence in Mike and asked him to proceed with her estate.  Soon after, as I was a widow with three children, Mother encouraged me to do the same.  That was winter of 1992.

Mother died in April of 1996.  As difficult as the loss was emotionally,  Mike stepped up to the plate  (Mike was only a phone call away),  just as he informed us he would and as the trust would.   As successor to Mother's estate, I had immediate access to her accounts, including the ability to write checks for her funeral expenses.  There was no probate, no waiting, no need for approval from brokerage houses and financial institutions, and no added expenses.  Everything was in order and fell mercifully in place, thanks to Mike's foresight in trust preparation.

While periodic updates may be necessary due to changes in the law (I have had one), I can say with confidence that  I have peace of mind Mike will inform me of such changes and my children will experience the same ease when it comes time to settling my estate at my death.  My children will know my final wishes.  Short of that, the individuals I have chosen will have the trust tools (Powers of Attorney), to deal with all health and financial issues should I be incapable of doing so.

In all sincerity, Thank you Mike Anderson for offering me "Shaffer Family Trust" peace of mind.

Susan Shaffer

Phoenix, Arizona

Testimonial #4 

FSI Client(Received on 5/8/08):  "Mike Anderson has been handling our taxes for our small business for about 20 years. He never keeps us waiting for answers when we have questions about anything from taxes to finances to real estate.  He is very knowledgeable and we know that we can trust his advice.

He recently did our trust for our family and it was wonderful!  He seems to make it come alive by the way he represents the family in personal ways by adding pictures of us and even our pets.  Mike makes our life run more smoothly and he does it at a very affordable price."

Frankie and Dennis Malicowski

Mesa, Arizona  

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Disclaimer: The information contained on this inherited IRA information site, though deemed reliable and accurate, is solely the opinion and statements of the adviser profiled. Therefore, it should be considered "general" in nature and no action should be taken based on this information until such time your specific situation and circumstances can be reviewed and analyzed by competent and qualified tax, insurance, legal, and/or other financial advisers. This information is not intended, nor should be construed as legal advice. FSI can not and will not give you legal advice. If you need legal advice, we can refer you if you desire and request it. Founded in 1990, FSI is a long-term Financial Advisory and Arizona domiciled Corporation now providing services nationwide and in some foreign countries. Services profiled herein are available unrestricted to Arizona residents. Residents outside of Arizona are eligible for certain consulting services and to legal (lawyer) referrals by our firm when requested of us. For Arizona residents, communication with an Arizona Certified Legal Document Preparer (AZCLDP) are private and confidential but are not "privileged", such as they would be with an actual Lawyer.

Besides being a licensed  Arizona Certified Legal Document Preparer, Mr. Anderson serves as an associate of an international law firm. He also is an Arizona Professional Accountant/Consultant and licensed IRS registered tax preparer and ERO (Electronic Return Originator) agent/firm. He also is an Arizona licensed Professional (Realtor®)/consultant) with Realty One Group and a licensed Professional insurance agent and corporation for life, health or annuity sales. Lastly, he and his firm is an appointed representative for Royal Metals Group as a Professional Precious Metals consultant and sales adviser.  Inherited IRA accounts have many options you may not be aware of, including alternative "hard asset" type investments. Let M.D. show you the options your current banker, broker or insurance agent may still be hiding from you!

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