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I was curious and now I have the answer: There is no definitive answer. It seems logical to me that if there is no specific prohibition against taking advantage of more then one of the qualified early distributions that it should be okay to do so. However my reasoning might not stand the test of the logic of the IRS or a tax court so I will conclude for now NO rather then Yes. I don't want to be a test case.

I am not planning on going for more then SEPP withdrawls but these questions come to mind so I ask them. I appreciate your reply and perhaps down the road the experience of someone who has "been there"
as it were, will share their experiences on this board.

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