Most people with retirement accounts – like IRAs, SEP IRAs, 401(k)s, 403(b)s, and so on – know that the IRS requires you to eventually start taking minimum required distributions, or “RMDs”.
But did you also know that under certain circumstances you can delay the date at which you have to start taking your RMDs? And that delaying your distributions can potentially help you and your beneficiaries avoid thousands in taxes?
Our free guide to delaying your Required Minimum Distributions beyond your Required Beginning Date contains valuable information to help you maximize the benefits of tax deferral.
Download Your Copy