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As you know, you can start distributions from a 401(k) before the magical
59.5, provided they are in "substantially equal" amounts and continue for
5 years. I think that rule kicks out when 59.5 kicks in, however.

Be careful if you go this route... the distribution timetable for substantially equal periodic payments (SEPP) is the longer of 5 years or until age 59 1/2.

At least Pixy's there to help walk you through some of the more detailed parts.

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