The Internal Revenue Service has announced that it will delay enforcement new rules requiring withdrawals from some inherited retirement accounts until 2023.  This follows a myriad of complaints that the changes were confusing.  The relief applies to taxpayer complaining that the changes were confusing and applies to anyone who inherited retirement accounts in 2020 or 2021 who the IRS said had to take annual withdrawals right away instead of waiting until the end of a 10-year period to liquidate the accounts.  This means that this group of taxpayers is not required to take RMDs for 2021 and 2022.

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