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Subject:  Re: Exicise tax avoidance and IRA distributions Date:  4/25/1998  4:46 PM
Author:  DrMerlot Number:  3037 of 88501

Dear Pixy: Thanks for the info. What I don't understand is the statement in Chapter 5 page 22 of IRS IRA bulletin which is "You must use an IRS-approved distribution method and you must take at least one distribution annually for this exception to apply." This could mean some integer multiple of the exact amount required by the life expectancy method within a give year. What do you make of it?
Also where can I get a copy of Section 72(t)?
Dr. Merlot
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