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In the past I have had tax withholding taken from my IRA RMD for the year. The amount has been based on the prior years liability to avoid penalty. For 2020 the requirement for the RMD was eliminated. As a consequence I had no tax liability for the 2020 tax year. Given this what will my 2021 withholding need to be to avoid penalty? Zero?
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