## Is there a new RMD table?

RMD tables to change in 2022 – less will have to be taken by owners and beneficiaries. Starting in 2022, the various life expectancy tables used by owners and beneficiaries to calculate required minimum distributions (RMDs) from qualified retirement plans, IRAs and nonqualified annuities are being updated.

### What percentage of your IRA is required minimum distribution?

Since the life expectancy factor changes each year, the percentage of the IRA that must be distributed changes each year. At age 75 the life expectancy factor is 24.6, and the RMD amounts to 4.07% of the IRA. At age 80, 4.95% of the IRA must be distributed as an RMD. At age 85, the RMD is 6.25% of the IRA.

**What percentage of IRA is required minimum distribution?**

**Which table do I use for RMD?**

Single Life Table

Generally, for individuals or employees with accounts who die prior to January 1, 2020, designated beneficiaries of retirement accounts and IRAs calculate RMDs using the Single Life Table (Table I, Appendix B, Publication 590-B, Distributions from Individual Retirement Arrangements (IRAs)).

## What is the RMD from an IRA?

RMD stands for required minimum distribution. If you have savings in tax-deferred retirement accounts, such as a 401(k) or traditional IRA, you’re required to begin taking distributions (withdrawals) from your account after you reach age 70 ½.

### How to calculate RMD on inherited IRA?

As a non-spouse beneficiary, you must directly roll over the inherited assets to an Inherited IRA in your own name and use your own age and the IRS Single Life Expectancy Table for calculating the first year RMD. For each year after, you would subtract one year from the initial life expectancy factor.

**What is the minimum required distribution of an IRA?**

Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) generally are minimum amounts that a retirement plan account owner must withdraw annually starting with the year that he or she reaches 70 ½ years of age or, if later, the year in which he or she retires. However, if the retirement plan account is an IRA or the account owner is a 5% owner of the business sponsoring the retirement plan, the RMDs must begin once the account holder is age 70 ½, regardless of whether he or she is retired.

**What is the minimum distribution for a Roth IRA?**

Roth IRAs are not subject to the lifetime Required Minimum Distribution rules since no distributions are required during the lifetime of the owner. However, Roth IRAs are subject to Required Minimum Distributions rules after the death of the owner of the Roth IRA with a 50% penalty if such distributions are not made.