ROTH 401(k) FAQs
No. At present, Roth 401(k) account distributions do not increase your taxable income for purposes of computing tax on social security benefits.
No. Unlike Roth IRA accounts, Roth 401(k) contributions are subject to the required minimum distributions rules when you reach the age of 72. However, you may roll your Roth 401(k) monies to a Roth IRA prior to attaining age 72 to avoid required minimum distributions on the Roth source only.