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Retirees’ Mandatory IRA Withdrawals Would Shrink Under Treasury Plan

The Trump administration is updating life-expectancy tables governing required withdrawals from tax-advantaged retirement accounts By Richard Rubin Updated Nov. 7, 2019 4:51 pm ET WASHINGTON—Retirees could take smaller mandatory withdrawals from their tax-advantaged accounts under a new Treasury Department proposal designed to adjust for rising life expectancy. If finalized, the rules would take effect starting in 2021,…

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How Your IRA Can Cost You When It Comes to Medicare

You have done the right thing for years. You have diligently saved and accumulated funds in your IRA.  At some point, the funds that you have put away for years must come out. Uncle Sam wants his share. When you reach age 70 ½, you must take a required minimum distribution (RMD) for that year and…

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