The 2023 RMD Rules Have Changed: How to Keep Your Tax Bill Down – Episode 155
Just a few years ago, the rules regarding Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) were fairly simple: you turned age 70 ½, you had an RMD. But since the passage of the SECURE Acts, you may – or may not – be required to take an RMD this year. How do you know?
That answer isn’t necessarily an easy one, for both IRA owners and for those who are the beneficiaries of an IRA. Did you know that you can be subject to RMDs even if you’re nowhere near age 73? If you aren’t familiar with the rules, you may wind up paying a lot more in taxes than you thought.
As usual, it’s all about strategy. Learn more about what you may be able to do about it from podcast host Johnny Dean and “Professor” Rick Plum, CFP® on this week’s episode of Managing Your Financial Future!
You should always seek counsel of the appropriate advisor prior to making any investment decision. All investments are subject to risk including the loss of principal. This material was gathered from sources believed to be reliable, however, its accuracy cannot be guaranteed.
IRA withdrawals will be taxed at ordinary income rates. Withdrawals prior to age 59½ may also be subject to a 10% penalty tax.
Rick Plum is a registered representative with, and securities and advisory services offered through LPL Financial, a registered investment advisor and member FINRA/SIPC. The investment professionals are affiliated with LPL Financial and are conducting business using the name Lucia Capital Group, a separate entity from LPL Financial