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You're dealing with the 2007 return, and contrary to reality, your mother is still alive. Reverse her date of death input.

I usually report a death that happens after the end of the year but before the return is filed. It explains why there is a different signature on the return and why a form 1310 might be attached.

However I agree that the mother's passing after the end of the year should not affect any RMDs during the year. So something sounds a bit off to me.

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