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If you distribution is in stock of the company you are retiring from the rules are different. If the stock is highly appreciated, you can pay IRS penalty and income tax on the non-appreciated value of the stock and pay capital gains tax instead of income tax on the increased value of the stock when you sell. This could result in a major savings-depends on the details.
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