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Greetings fellow fools, this is my first post and my question is this.
Let's say that you have $86,000.00 in your 401 and for whatever reason when you started it you chose not to pre tax and handle the taxes when I took out the funds instead. Did I screw up by doing this? If I took all of it out tomorrow let's say to buy a house, approx. how much would I be left with after all the fees and taxes.
I live in Texas and I'm 57 yrs. old......

Thanks for your insight..and for not laughing...
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