Required Minimum Distributions - What You Need to KnowInsights Retirement Planning Finances and Planning for Women
One of the most common questions asked by our clients pertains to Required Minimum Distributions. Most people know they will reach an age where they have to take something from their retirement accounts. But not everyone understands how it works. Today we will talk about the rules, how the amount is computed, what happens if you fail to take your required minimum distribution.
- 0:00 – Intro
- 0:22 – The Basics
- 2:19 – Calculating an RMD
- 2:48 – Some things you should know. The penalty
- 3:48 – Delaying your First Required Minimum Distribution
- 4:43 – Multiple IRA’s and 401k accounts
- 5:40 – If you’re still working, you may not have to take an RMD
- 6:00 – You can’t put your Required Minimum Distribution in a Roth IRA
- 6:45 – RMD’s and Taxes
- 8:12 – Qualified Charitable Distributions
- 9:51 – Taking your Required Minimum Distribution in cash or “in kind”
- 11:04 – What if you fail to take your RMD, What should you do?
- 12:56 – Potential Changes to Required minimum distributions
- 14:42 – Final Thoughts
- 15:40 – Outro
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Appearing in This Episode
Tyler Szafran, CRPC®Tyler is a financial consultant in our Wheeling, West Virginia Office
Michael Seese, CFP®
Mike is a Certified Financial Planner™ in our Parkersburg, West Virginia Office.
Neal Watson CFP®
Neal is a CFP® Professional in Marietta, Ohio.