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Does anyone have reason to believe that there might be a modification of that 60 day rule under the CAREs Act for those of us who, as of now, are "SOL" for having taken their 2020 RMD in January?

I doubt it. The reason, at least in my mind, why RMDs were allowed to be stopped has to do with the plunge in the stock market requiring excessive number of shares needing to be sold to make the RMD. You sold before the plunge. I do not expect the gov't to willingly part with any of the tax income generated by these earlier RMDs.

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