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IRS Proposes Restatement of Required Minimal Distribution Rules to Incorporate SECURE Act Adjustments


As we have been getting ready this week’s version of the EBIA Weekly, the IRS launched proposed rules that may restate the required minimal distribution (RMD) guidelines to include modifications made by the SECURE Act (see our Checkpoint article). These modifications elevated the age for figuring out a person’s required starting date to age 72 from 70-1/2 (for people attaining age 70-1/2 after 2019), and considerably altered the timing necessities for RMDs made to beneficiaries after a participant’s loss of life. The proposed rules can be efficient for RMDs for 2022 and later years, however working in accordance with them will probably be thought of an affordable, good religion interpretation of the SECURE Act modifications for 2021 RMDs. We’ll cowl these proposed rules (slated for publication within the Federal Register right this moment, February 24) in subsequent week’s EBIA Weekly. In the meantime, for extra data, see EBIA’s 401(okay) Plans guide at Sections XII.I (“Required Minimal Distributions”) and XII.C.7 (“When Is Distribution Made Following Loss of life?”).

Contributing Editors: EBIA Workers.

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