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DC Withholding Requirements on Retirement Distributions Revised

DC passed emergency legislation last Friday, February 24, 2012, mostly repealing the new-for-2011 withholding requirements on retirement distributions to DC residents.  Previously, DC required top-rate (8.95%) withholding on all retirement distributions to DC residents.  Effective immediately, the withholidng requirement is repealed for periodic and non-lump-sum retirement plan distributions.  The withholding requirement now only applies to lump-sum distributions, but excludes:


(1) any portion of a lump-sum payment that was previously subject to tax;

(2) an eligible rollover distribution that is done as a trustee-to-trustee transfer; and

(3) a rollover from an IRA to a traditional or Roth IRA that is done as a trustee-to-trustee transfer.


See the DC notice here.


0 #1 Robert Lopez CPA 2012-04-05 14:17
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