Here’s a twist: In recent months, I’ve received more questions from advisors about delaying required minimum distributions than I have about taking them.

Whether for economic reasons or by choice, more people than ever are staying on the job past age 70½. And those workers may be able to delay taking RMDs from company plans until they retire, using what are known as the “still working” rules.

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