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|Subject: Re: Another IRA RMD Question||Date: 7/22/2011 2:17 AM|
|Author: 0x6a74||Number: 113803 of 125189|
or because Roths aren't taxable to heirs and don't have RMDs
I'm usually a fan of brevity, but lest lurkers misinterpret,
1. Distributions from inherited Roth IRAs may be taxable. See Pub 590.
2. Inherited Roths are subject to RMD's.
thsnks.. for calling 'brevity' what i would call wrong and Wrong.
<grump> ..i'll have to research since i've been converting Roth with that in mind.
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