Inherited IRAs and RMDs

December 2, 2017

Jim and Chris answer questions from listeners.  If there are two beneficiaries for an inherited IRA, do both beneficiaries have to take the required minimum distribution, or can just one beneficiary take it? Also, why would you want to do a Roth Conversion when the market is high? And, if you convert an IRA, is there a waiting period before you can recharacterize the conversion? Plus, Jim and Chris answer a number of Social Security related questions.

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