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I will start taking RMDs in 2011. Since these distributions are taxed as regular income, and since I make estimated tax payments do I need to take) my distributions quarterly so that I will have paid in the proper amount each quarter to avoid penalty? (or at least pay the proper amount of tax quarterly if I do not take the distribution in quarterly installments?) Do I need to do this on a specific form?

I can't seem to find this discussed on the IRS site but it must be there somewhere.
Ted
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