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Required minimum distribution (RMD) calculator

The IRS requires that you begin withdrawing a minimum amount from some types of retirement accounts when you reach age 72 (or 70 1/2 if you were born before 7/1/1949). Use this calculator  to determine the amount of your Required Minimum Distribution. 

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