A beneficiary's designation that is not subject to change without a written consent from the beneficiary. Also known as an "irrevocable beneficiary", absolute beneficiaries can also indicate a trust; the benefit of an employee such as a pension; or any other contract or instrument with a beneficiary clause.
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