Proposed RMD Rules Would Trim Mandated Distributions for Retirees

Ways to get your voice heard on possible new life expectancy tables that would affect your money.

Last fall, the Trump Administration issued an executive order that directed the Treasury Department to review the rules for required minimum distributions from qualified retirement plans. Retirement Report readers have been anxiously awaiting news since then. Finally, more than a year later, there is a new development to report: The IRS has issued new proposed life expectancy tables to calculate RMDs.

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Rachel L. Sheedy
Editor, Kiplinger's Retirement Report