TUG Review Crew
- Dec 5, 2010
- Reaction score
- Somewhere Out There
That's exactly what I said. You were asking why have RMD?VacationForever, there is NO tax free growth forever. See the following link.
We recently talked about what options you have when you inherit a traditional IRA from your spouse. But what about a Roth IRA? And what if you inherit the Roth IRA from someone who wasn’t your spouse?retirement.tips
Basically you have to take it out in 10 years, unless you are a spouse of the decedent, and a few other minor cases.
So I still ask, why do they want to force an RMD on a Roth?