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70.5 Required Distributions


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Looking for a quick reference on the details of the 70½ required distribution laws. Any suggestions?

[This message has been edited by CVCalhoun (edited 08-12-1999).]

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Assume you mean the federal law. That is contained in IRC 401(a)(9). Not sure if there are any additional state laws that are applicable.

This website has a link to the Internal Revenue Code. Try: http://www.benefitslink.com/library/Internal_Revenue_Code/

Also, look for a link to the IRS regs. Try: http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr/cfr-table-search.html

If these hyperlinks don't work, go to benefitslink.com/whatsnew.shtml, and start browsing.

Also, do a search from the main Message Board menu for such terms as "minimum required distribution" or "70-1/2", etc.

[This message has been edited by CVCalhoun (edited 08-12-1999).]

I'm a retirement actuary. Nothing about my comments is intended or should be construed as investment, tax, legal or accounting advice. Occasionally, but not all the time, it might be reasonable to interpret my comments as actuarial or consulting advice.

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One more thought: you might want to search BenefitsLink itself, not just the message boards. Here's the link to the BenefitsLink search page.

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