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Old 01-10-2017, 04:51 PM   #1
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Possible rule change for inherited IRA's

Inherited IRA's, by spouse, will not change. Inherited IRA's by others, will
have to be disbursed in 5 years or less. No longer be allowed to disburse the
inherited IRA over the lifetime of the beneficiaries.

Has anyone else read this. I think there is a lot of $$ in IRA's, and the Fed.
govt. needs the income! My complaint, Gov't is changing the rules for IRA's.

Hopefully, when it comes to a vote, the public will speak up...
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Old 01-10-2017, 05:18 PM   #2
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Government changing the rules; I'm shocked. Nothing to see here. Wait until they start discussing Social Security - then get excited.
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Here is a prior thread: What will the death of the Stretch IRA do to markets
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Old 01-10-2017, 05:42 PM   #5
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Thanks for the referral, post.

Would be nice, if the IRA rules are changed. They are grandfathered in.

Not fair to change the rules of the game, while the game is being played.
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I don't spend many brain cycles speculating on possible future tax changes. I spend less than zero brain cells speculating about one sliver of the code in isolation. Without knowing what the whole package would look like it is tantamount to worrying about an individual stock performance.
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This is really at the trial balloon stage. The idea has been leaked, but it is a long way from being decided or made into law.
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This idea seems to be from 2013 are they trying it again?
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As 2017ish points out there is already another discussion underway on this. To avoid confusion let's continue the conversation there. What will the death of the Stretch IRA do to markets
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