Are you forced to take money out of your account when you reach a certain age?
You are never compelled to take required minimum distributions from a Roth account because taxes have already been paid. There is a mandatory minimum distribution age for a traditional account so the IRS can start collecting some taxes.
Traditionally, the age was 70.5, but it was raised to 72 when the SECURE Act was enacted at the end of 2019, and it went into effect in 2020. Subsequently, two different pieces of bipartisan legislation have been introduced that would raise this age to 75.
These measures are the Senate Retirement Security & Savings Act and the Securing a Strong Retirement Act that has been introduced into the House of Representatives. There is no resistance from either party, so this change and some others will probably be implemented.