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The Joint Life and Last Survivor Expectancy Table and the Uniform Lifetime Table used to calculate the required minimum distribution for IRAs are available from the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS also provides a works... More »

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Use an individual retirement account distribution calculator by entering your IRA balance, age, birthday and beneficiary information to figure the amount of your required minimum distributions from your IRA once you turn... More »

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Owners of standard Individual Retirement Accounts must initiate required minimum distributions from their accounts by the time they turn 70 1/2 or face penalties, reports the Internal Revenue Service. Roth IRA accounts h... More »

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The required minimum distribution for an IRA is calculated by dividing the balance of the account from the end of the previous year by the appropriate distribution period as provided by the Uniform Lifetime Table from th... More »

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Use a Uniform Lifetime Table to determine the amount of the yearly required minimum distributions from your IRA if your spouse is less than 10 years younger than you or is not your sole beneficiary, advises the Internal ... More »

IRA owners must usually receive distributions beginning at age 70 1/2 that meet or exceed the minimum amount calculated using the Internal Revenue Service's Uniform Lifetime Table, according to the Internal Revenue Servi... More »

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The most complete source for calculating the required minimum distribution from an IRA is the Internal Revenue Service, advises Forbes. IRS Publication 590 and its worksheets explain which life expectancy chart is used, ... More »

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