What’s the “Still Working Exception”?

What’s the “Still Working Exception”? If you have a qualified employer retirement plan, you generally need to start taking your required minimum distributions (RMDs) no later than April 1st of the year following the year you turn 70½. This is your required beginning date or RBD. Certain employer retirement plans, however, may have a “still …

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