inparadise:<<<...the "Stretch" is the exception, and it requires commencing the RMDs by the end of the first year after the year of death. What percentgage actually do so?>>>"Out of us six siblings, only two took the inherited IRA. Of course, we were also the youngest and made the most money, so that was a huge plus for us. I would think that it would be tough to assign general significance on percentages, . . . ."Not with respect to the question about changing the rules to increase federal revenue. If a large percentage of non-spousal beneficiareis are not using the "stretch" then abolishing the "stretch" would not raise that much more federal revenue. Said another way, if only a small percentgage of most non-spousal beneficiaries are stretching withdrawals past five years per the "stretch" rule, how much more revenue would abolishing the "atretch" rule acutually raise?Regards, JAFO
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