The Return of RMDs and Other Retirement Considerations You Should Know for 2021

The American College of Financial Services
December 26, 2020

With the end of 2020 in sight, some of the changes made to retirement planning in the past year may be reverting back to normal. This includes suspension of required minimum distributions (RMDs) for retirement accounts made possible by the CARES Act, meaning those rules will snap back into place come 2021 with the changes made in early 2020 by the SECURE Act.

Steve Parrish, co-director of The College’s Center for Retirement Income, says 2021 could be the year additional bipartisan reform of the retirement system happens. Read on for more in this article from Barron’s.

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