The short answer is yes you can do part in each year. As has been stated above it would be best if you met with a professional who could help you to figure this all out.
One thing to consider about delaying part
Barbara, as you can see, the way you phrase the question can be confusing. The rule for RMDs is that in the year you turn 70 1/2 you have to begin taking distributions. But for that first distribution you can delay all
Congrats on your recent nuptials. Wills are important and I suggest finding a lawyer in your area that can help you with this. It is much easier and cheaper to do a will online , but you leave yourself open to someone contesting
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