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cjones38 writes:
After death assuming a Roth IRA is held more than 5 years will it pass to benificiary (not spouse) tax free. If the benificiary is under 59 1/2 will the 10% penalty apply.

Basically, yes it's tax free (except for possible estate taxes), and no there's no penalty. But for much more complete information, see

- Darrell
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