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I retired in 2013 but RMD withdrawals didn't start until 2015. The following are the changes to RMD withdrawals in the following years.

2016 -$3,612.76
2017 +$6,738.23
2018 +$13,953.44
2019 -$2,935.00 (As of today's market close)

The 2019 change is significantly less than the $11,000 increase that I had projected after filing my taxes in April.

If the calculated decrease in RMD withdrawal holds, I'll move to the next lower marginal tax bracket in 2019 and won't be subject to the higher Medicare insurance premiums.
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