One of the ways to get around paying a lot of taxes on 401(k) withdrawals, is to take a lump sum distribution in company stock. This will allow you to pay capital gains taxes when you sell the stock rather than income taxes. My question is: can you get the capital gains rate immediately if your stock had been in the 401(k) for a year or do you have to wait a year after you take the stock to a taxable account?
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