In your Will, you'll be able to select specific tangible personal property gifts for your selected beneficiaries. You may only allocate non-monetary and non-real estate items. See Specific Gifts for monetary and real estate gifts.
Tangible Personal Property
Tangible personal property is jewelry, paintings, clothing, furniture, and automobiles—basically anything in your house that doesn’t have a legal title to it.
The beneficiary of a trust or a will is the person who receives the benefit from the document. For your will, the beneficiary is the person or the people who receive the assets after you die; and for the trust, you are the beneficiary during your lifetime and upon your death, those whom you’ve designated to receive the assets in your trust are your beneficiaries.
To allocate Tangible Personal Gifts:
1) Click on 'Your Info' at the top left of the program, then scroll down to select
'Beneficiaries - Make Changes'.
2) The Tangible Personal Property Gifts- Do It
3) Here you will be able to allocate tangible personal property gifts and specify the recipient(s).