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Subject: 5 vs. 10-yr averaging Date: 6/13/1999 8:05 PM
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I am eligible to opt for either 5 or 10-year averaging on my 401K's (no LTCG). Did I hear that after 1999 there will no longer be an option? Also the amount involved indicates that 5-year averaging is advantageous today. In two or three years will 10-year averaging taxes change significantly (will max rate decline)? Also is it better to wait 5-6 years when minimum withdrawels are required? Tax rate will be 28%
on required minimum withdrawels.
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