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"...there are less risky approaches to the same issue by adopting either the amortization or annuity methods on only a portion of your IRA's that will generate the same annual cash flow while not pledging all of one's IRA's into the initial calculation."

I assume the risk you are referring to is having to take a larger than desired distribution due to an increase in the IRA balance. Correct?
-Chester :)
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