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Subject: Re: rule 72-T Date: 10/1/1999 9:39 PM
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mahoff asks,

I'm 53 years old and planning on retiring at 55 my question is someone i work with told me about 72-T as
withdrawing money from personal IRA account for 5 years with no 10% penalty I was a tax preparer for 10 years but i havent kept up since 1986.I have been trying to find information concering this issue any help would be greatly appeciated thank you!!!!!


Check out the Retire Early Home Page at:

http://home.earthlink.net/~intercst/reindex.html

See the article entitled "Can I withdraw money from my IRA before age 59 1/2?" There's a Javascript calculator on the site to help you determine the amount of a penalty-free withdrawal.

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