The Vanguard information indicates that a child would still have to take the RMD's (required Minimum Distributions) .I thought I read where they wouldn't have to take those RMD's with the recent tax changes. no. pretty sure no.i just went through that .. spent about a week with IRS booklet 509 (or something ..i can find the link if you need it.)..it said that recent changes made things better, but didn't say how.as i understand itchild-inherited IRA where parent was over 70.5[*]has three options: withdraw everything (tax, no penalty);withdraw everything within five years (tax, no penalty);withdraw on a schedule using child's life-expectancy ....penalties are pretty severe if you mess up.i'm on the 5-yr plan with mom's IRA (trying to maximize growth & minimize tax); my sister went with the 0-yr plan (minimize paperwork)-jp[*] (different rules for spouse-inherited, non-spouse/non-child, non-person inherited;different rules for parent under 70.5, under 59.5 , child over/under 59.5 ... )
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