Non-spouse beneficiary rollover reminder
Source: NPI 2010
- Non-spouse designated beneficiaries must be offered the option to directly roll over an eligible rollover distribution. The rollover has to be made to an inherited IRA established to receive the benefits on behalf of the designated beneficiary. A non-spouse beneficiary cannot roll over the account assets to his or her own IRA.
- Non-spouse rollovers are considered eligible rollover distributions and are generally subject to the same rules as other eligible rollover distributions. Consequently, plan sponsors have to provide non-spouse beneficiaries with a Section 402(f) notice. This notice explains the choices for receiving the distribution and outlines the tax effects of each choice.
- Funds paid to the non-spouse beneficiary are subject to mandatory 20% federal income tax withholding.
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