Lesson #3 – Required Minimum Distributions

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Don’t be surprised by your RMDs (Required Minimum Distributions). This lesson discusses what an RMD is, how it is calculated and when to plan on it effecting you’re finances. You’ll also see how to fill out your own RMD worksheet to determine your potential existing (or future) RMD amount.

I also mentioned a Retirement Calculator. This is at the bottom of your RMD worksheet and in the Resources section of the course.

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