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If your mother in law is taking distributions out of her annuity occassionally (nonannuity payments), it will first come from the accumulated earnings. Only after she has removed all of he earnings under nonannuity payments will she start to dip into the principal.

These will be taxed just like any other ordinary income, so she will not be able to take advantage of capital rates.

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