Calculating an IRA Deduction…in 5 Easy Steps

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What is an IRD (Income in Respect of a Decedent) deduction? An IRD deduction is a way of offsetting the impact of double taxation (federal estate tax and income tax) on certain inherited assets. It is an income tax deduction for the beneficiary (miscellaneous itemized deduction, not subject to limitations).

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