Many financial planning clients have substantial IRAs, yet they have no need to tap the account for retirement income. Generally, they’ll take only required minimum distributions (RMDs) after age 70-1/2, to reduce the tax bill on unneeded income. This approach may result in a sizable traditional IRA being passed down to the next generation, who also must take RMDs.
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