investor wrote:why not be satisfied... everyday is a Saturday
Toons wrote:A quick answer from me ,with those assets 20 years till retirement,
Investable assets 50/50 stock- bond Allocation.
Lon wrote:I was going to wait until the end of this year before taking my 2015 RMD but then thought to my self, what if I die before taking it. Would their be negative tax consequences for my beneficiary?
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+1 Couldn't have said it better !!
Sidney wrote:Gill wrote:Ignore it. Take the 2015 RMD and move on. The IRS isn't chasing down $300 RMD's.
Nope. File the form for a waiver and get the 2014 distribution done in 2015.
3. When You Own Bonds
The only exceptions being the very very minute number of people that actually LOVE their job.
stlutz wrote:Interesting. Wouldn't such a credit be double-dipping? If I paid $100 in foreign tax and the feds gave me a $100 credit, what would a state have to credit back?