Q&A: Inherited Annuity, Inherited Roth, Life Insurance, Spousal Benefits

June 1, 2019

Q&A: Inherited Annuity, Inherited Roth, Life Insurance, Spousal Benefits

Unclear how an Inherited Annuity or Inherited Roth IRA is taxed? Jim and Chris respond to a Florida listener asking if they’ll be taxed on the whole value if they inherit an Annuity. Another listener wonders if they’ll be taxed if they withdraw from an Inherited Roth before age 55.

The guys also address a question from a listener about Life Insurance and Trusts to provide for their disabled child, and two California listener questions about Social Security Spousal Benefits.


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