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Thanks for all of the advice and expertise you're all sharing.

Apparently I was mistaken in calling in an Inherited IRA. Apparently it's a "Self-Remitter Or Survivor Mdo | SRA." The SRA is a "Supplemental Retirement Annuity" and it's in MDO (Minimum Distribution Option). I guess I have some more research to do, as I don't really understand how these kinds of annuities work or if it's even possible to transfer to another broker (I know that I can't roll it over into an IRA of mine, as I was a non-spouse beneficiary).

I inherited this account about 8 years ago, so I'm already set into the required minimum distribution for my expected lifetime guideline. However, I'm somewhat confused by my options now as this is an SRA rather than an IRA.
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