Have you taken your RMD?
If you have money in a tax-deferred retirement account such as a traditional 401(k) or IRA, and you’re over age 70½, taking a required minimum distribution (RMD) before the end of the year should be on your financial to-do list.
The amount that you must withdraw is based on the amount of money you have in such accounts and on your life expectancy. Note that you will also have to pay taxes on this income when you file your return in April.
Failing to take your required minimum distribution can be costly: You’ll owe the IRS a penalty that comes to half of the amount that should have been withdrawn.
Have questions? Talk to the professionals in our Trust Department to learn more.
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