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Subject: Re: Pre 1987 403B Contirbutions Date: 10/28/2000 7:31 AM
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Greetings, Dialm2142, and welcome. You asked:

<<Do the pre 1987 403B contributions fall under a different 70 1\2 MRD tax law than post 1987? >>

Yes, they do PROVIDED they have been accounted for separately in the plan to ensure they may be clearly identified. If that's the case, then MRD on that money (and only that money) may be delayed until age 75. Amounts contributed to the plan after January 1, 1987, still fall under the age 70 1/2 rule. You should check with your employer, plan provider or plan administrator to see how these rules apply in your situation.

Regards..Pixy
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