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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