The required minimum distribution table (rmd table) for those who reach age 70 and the rmd table for beneficiaries are printed below. If you want to download this RMD table for an Excel spreadsheet, just highlight and copy the table and then in your spreadsheet select “paste special” and unicode text.
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This required minimum distribution table below is used by people who own IRAs.
Note that the RMD table starts a age 70 since there are no required minimum distributions prior to that age.
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This next RMD table is used for people who inherit IRAs or qualified plan balances.
Since beneficiary of such a retirement plan could be an infant, this required minimum distribution table starts at age 0.