Since January 1987, the IRS has permitted beneficiaries, including children and grandchildren, to stretch distributions from inherited IRAs over their lifetime. That could be coming to an end.
Since January 1987, the IRS has permitted beneficiaries, including children and grandchildren, to stretch distributions from inherited IRAs over their lifetime. That could be coming to an end. Chuck Myers TNS
Since January 1987, the IRS has permitted beneficiaries, including children and grandchildren, to stretch distributions from inherited IRAs over their lifetime. That could be coming to an end. Chuck Myers TNS

Inherited IRAs could take a big tax hit if Congress changes the rules

December 30, 2016 03:55 PM

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