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Here is a link to Fidelity that explains all the options. Unfortunately, it I don't see anything specific to your question, i.e., inheriting and inherited IRA. I'm guessing it wouldn't be any different than being the first person to inherit the IRA except that your with draw rate would be different.

It might quickly be a moot point, according to the life expectancy tables she will be forced to with draw 10%, so chances are you're taking out capital and draining the the IRA.

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