Greetings, Billybaruch1, and welcome. You asked:I'm thinking of spending my 401(k) money when I retire and after I'm age 59 1/2. Will it all be taxed as regular income, or will the earnings be taxed as capital gains? The are no capital gains in a 401k. Therefore, unless you made after-tax contributions (most folks don't), then anything you take from that plan will be taxed at ordinary income tax rates in effect in the year that you make the withdrawal. Regards..Pixy
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