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Year-End Planning 2018: Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs)

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Published on Nov 27, 2018

Bryan Blackburn, CFP of Carnegie Investment Counsel discusses Required Minimum Distributions in 2018. What are the rules?

Basic Rules:
- An RMD must be withdrawn from all IRA accounts and Retirement Plans (separately) the year you reach 70 ½
- Account Balance Previous December 31 / Life Expectancy Factor
- December 31st is RMD deadline; Very first RMD can be delayed until April 1st of the following year
- 50% penalty on the RMD not satisfied

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