According to IRS.gov, Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) generally are minimum amounts that a retirement plan owner must withdraw annually starting with the year that the account holder reaches 72. This applies to Traditional IRAs only, as Roth IRAs do not have RMDs.
RMDs also apply to Inherited (Beneficiary IRA's) but have special distribution rules, which you should discuss with your tax/financial advisor.
Please keep in mind that iTrustCapital's administrator will notify a client annually that their account has an RMD. However, we will not provide the amount. This information can be obtained by speaking with your tax/financial advisor. Once you know the amount that needs to be withdrawn and you'd like to request a distribution, please submit a form by following this link.
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