My wife inherited a 401(k)–what’s the best way to avoid a big tax hit?

Q.: My wife inherited a 401(k) from my mom who died recently. Assuming this is a traditional 401(k), you are correct that whatever comes out of the account will be likely be taxable to you. Transfer your wife’s share of the money to an Inherited 401(k) with the company that held your mom’s 401(k).
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