Your Foundation, Charitable Trust, or even your IRA have to meet distribution requirements.
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Unless they are an operating Foundation (the kind that actually makes something or offers a service other than giving money to other qualified organizations) require that you give away at least 5% a year.
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Most require that you, the donor, take income each year. The minimum is generally 5%. If your trust was created years ago you might have chosen a higher amount. You might have to take out 8% or 10%.
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- Maintain control over the investments
At a certain age the laws require you to take money out of your IRA. The old law was that you had to take it in the year you turned 70 ½, if you already reached this age and had to start taking your Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) you have to continue. The new law is age 72. If you are age 66 for example you don’t have to start taking your RMD until you are age 72. However, this calculated amount may make it difficult to keep the principal intact so that your income will stay steady long into the future
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