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Multiple Retirement Accounts: Can I Take the Total Required Minimum Distribution from Just One?
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[Guidance Overview]
Sept. 21, 2014

"You cannot take the RMD for one type of account from a different type of account. You cannot take an employer plan RMD from an IRA or vice versa.... An RMD must be taken from each employer plan that you might have.... If you have more than one 403(b), you can calculate each RMD and then combine them and take them from any 403(b) account you have."

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