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What is the difference between IH-14 and IH-19?

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The IH-14 is an Application for Consent to Transfer Securities or Personal Property Of Any Description Owned by a Resident Decedent. This form is used to transfer any account owned by the decedent to his or her heirs. These accounts include savings, money markets, IRA's, CD's, etc. This form is also known as a Consent to Transfer. The IH-19 is a Notice of Intended Transfer of Personal Property. This form is generally filled out by the banking institution for checking accounts only. The release of the checking account is the sole discretion of the banking institution. They are only required to notify the county assessor's office of the release of the account.

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