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RMD

IRS regulations require that you begin taking “Required Minimum Distributions (RMD)” in the year that you turn 70 ½ from any tax-sheltered retirement plans that you established for yourself or through your employer.   Then you must take a distribution every year thereafter until you die.  You can withdraw as much as you like each year, but you must make the RMD. 

Since this affects me personally and most of you, I decided to prepare a write up of the basic rules.  The penalty for failing to take a RMD when one is required is so severe (50% of the RMD not taken) that it would never pay to do so.

This writeup will have a hotlink in the left margin called “RMD”.  I also created a Forum called “Required minimum distributions” where we can talk about specific issues that might affect you.

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All Choir Recordings are Online!
 
Go to User Forums.
Click on "Choir Memories".
Click on "All Choir Memories are Online".
 
Christopher Miller LSHS ‘66 has published a choir piece that may be of interest to all of our musically inclined classmates.
 
"Two American Hymns" was published by Neil A. Kjos Music.  Conceived as a concert piece, but suitable also for church, "Two American Hymns" combines, literally, the familiar melodies of "How Firm a Foundation" and "Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing".  This treatment emphasizes the strong, rough-hewn pioneer character of the hymn tunes and with rich harmonies, explores them lyrically as well.
 
Copies, $1.70 each, can be ordered at Rettig Music in Lima, Ohio on Shawnee Rd, and in the Columbus, Ohio area, can be found at Stanton's Sheet Music, downtown.  At the Stanton's website, you can hear the publisher's recording.
 
L.S.H.S. CLASS OF '65 MINI REUNION

Mini Reunion Sat. 10/21/2017 Noon-??? Lima Eagles CONFIRMED.

Buckeyes on Bye Week.

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