New RMD Ages in 2023 and 2033: Immediately See the Impact on Your Retirement Income and Taxes

The NewRetirement Planner, the most user-powerful financial planning tool online, has been updated with the new Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) ages that became law last week when President Biden signed the omnibus spending bill. Beginning on Jan. 1, 2023, the age to start taking RMDs jumps from 72 to 73 and it increases again in 2033 to 75.

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People who create a financial plan with NewRetirement can now see the impact of the new RMD ages on their projected income, taxes, and Roth conversion strategies.  (Not even the IRS has organized all their online info.)

“Hundreds of thousands of users rely on our software for accurate financial projections. Even though it is the holiday season, we wanted to scramble to update our model with this change because it will impact decisions people are making today,” said Steve Chen, founder and CEO of NewRetirement. “The new RMD ages will have a significant impact on the plans of some people and will shift strategies they have in place for the future,” he continued.

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Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) are mandatory withdrawals that must be made from IRAs, SEP IRAs, SIMPLE IRAs, and employer retirement savings plans like 401ks after a certain age. The RMD rules are designed to make sure that people spend a portion of their retirement savings during their lifetimes, making the accounts tax-deferred, not tax-free.

Depending on your birth date, the RMD age is increasing as follows, if you are born: 

  • Before 1/1/1951, your RMDs have already started and nothing changes
  • Between 1/1/1951 and 12/31/1959, then your RMDs must start at age 73 
  • After 1/1/1960, then your RMDs will begin at age 75

The delayed start of RMDs will be helpful to some people. Leaving your money untouched will reduce near term taxes and retain the money for future use. However, the delayed RMD start age may increase future taxes for some people as it may require withdrawing a greater amount over a shorter time period. The new RMD ages may also impact Roth conversion strategies. 

The NewRetirement Planner helps people make better decisions about their money and can now show people the impact that the new RMD ages will have on their plans. People can now use the NewRetirement Planner to: 

About NewRetirement

For people who want clarity about their choices today and their financial security tomorrow, NewRetirement is a financial planning platform that gives people the ability to discover, design and manage personalized paths to a secure future.

Our goal is to make high quality low cost financial guidance available to everyone. More than 200,000 people representing more than $200 Billion in wealth currently trust our direct to consumer system to make the most of their money and time. And, the platform is used by millions through our co-branded or white labeled partner solutions. Additionally, the company provides API access to companies who wish to embed planning functionality within their own site.

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