During tax season, the IRS released SECURE Act proposed regulations that came with some surprises and made calculating RMDs more complicated. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Bob Keebler interviews Ed Slott to get you up to speed on the latest. They discuss:
What’s important for CPA financial planners to know about these new regulations
How the IRS’s at least as rapidly rule has thrown a hitch in calculating RMDs
Why the new rules make Roth IRAs more beneficial
What to know about spouses and minor children beneficiaries
Nuances such as the ghost life expectancy rule and hypothetical RMDs
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Dive deeper into this topic with Bob Keebler on May 17th by registering for his webcast, How the 2022 SECURE Act proposed regulations will impact your clients.
Tune in to other recent podcasts on SECURE including The ins and outs of the new SECURE Act proposed regulations and How SECURE 2.0 will impact retirement planning.
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