hvyevy2 says: In addition, I anticipated buying into the FF with some of the 403(b). Of course, I will pay taxes on all the withdrawals. Comments please. Greetings hvyevy2,It's my understanding that only funds are available in a 403(b) by law. Thus, if you want to do the FF bit with your 403(b) funds, you may have pull them out and immediately pay the taxes or roll them over to an IRA. As I stated in and earlier post, I plan to roll the 403(b) funds into an existing SEP IRA at retirement. There's little or no disadvantage as far as I know, and this will allow me to buy and sell equities, FF or otherwise, if I wish. If I still want an Index 500 strategy like I have now with Vanguard's VFINX, I can buy Spiders (SPY). All will be "tax deferred".By the way, the 71.5 "hav tu" deal was a slip up. Since my birthday is October 16, my "hav tu" withdrawal age works out to just about 71.5 years. You are correct that it is usually closer to 70.5 .Persevere!FoolishProf
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