Required minimum distributions from tax-deferred retirement accounts are, as the name indicates, required once one reaches the age of 70 ½. For those who don’t need to tap their retirement funds, RMDs create a tax obligation – and risk pushing them into a higher tax bracket. Fortunately, today’s article outlines a number of strategies “that can be leveraged to manage and minimize required minimum distributions – both for those who have already reached the RMD phase, and also those still accumulating towards it, who want to plan ahead to minimize the bite of RMDs in the future.” For more, CLICK HERE.
Strategies For Minimizing The Bite Of Unnecessary RMDs
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