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Subject:  Re: Rollover IRA Withdrawls Date:  5/20/2000  11:25 AM
Author:  Garak Number:  4002 of 20629

If, for example, the IRA is worth $100,000 and I withdraw $20,000 in one tax year, how do I know what profit/loss I made on that $20,000? What is the cost basis for that $20,000 portion of the $100,000 in the IRA that will be reported as ordinary income?

Garak
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