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Subject: IRA and 401(k) Distributions Date: 9/22/1999 1:00 PM
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Over the past months I have been impressed by the participants to these Boards. The information on IRA and 401(k) Distributions (before and after age 59 1/2) was most helpful to me. And I think I also understand the 3 options available for Minimum Required Distributions (MRD) at 70 1/2. However, maximum is never discussed! Question: Is their any upper limit on taking Distributions, after 70 1/2, (other than the obvious one of running out of money before your death)? Must distributions be annual, monthly, etc. as long as they exceed in total the MRD for the tax year? I thought I read, someplace over the past years, of some restrictions, do they still apply? Thanks for your timely response.
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