Are required minimum distributions bane or boon?
Many clients dislike taking money they don't need from retirement accounts after age 70 ½, and paying income tax on the superfluous withdrawals. On the other hand, tax-favored retirement accounts are meant to replace paychecks for seniors. Is it better to take RMDs throughout the year, for regular cash flow, or to wait until year-end?
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