My wife and I will be starting early withdrawal of our IRA next year through the 72(2) withdrawal per:http://www.geocities.com/WallStreet/8257/wdraw59.htmlWe are going to make the withdrawal as high as possible to get the money out of there by the time we die or earlier. we have two accounts that were the $2k type that were contributed out of post-tax dollars. Obviously we don't want to combine these with the pre-tax dollar type of IRA's. My wife has two IRA's rollover accounts and I have four IRA rollover accounts. These were rolled over in the past years from either 401k plans, SEP plans, KEOGH plans, and Simple IRA plans.The questions is whether we combine my wife's two rollovers into one and start early distributions and combine mine four rollover IRA into one and start distributions. Since our goals is to start cranking money out of them as much as we can since there is a possibility we maydie before the money runs out, that we combine themand then make a once-a-year withdrawal. This will havethe advantage of saving bookeeping time for the withdrawal calculation as well as minimizing the number of faxes and letters we need to send to Schwab. However once we automate the calculation for our needs, it isonly a matter of running the spreadsheet yearly. Any pro's and con's of whether to combine IRA or NOT to combine them prior to distribution.I would be interested. I'm inclined to combine then distrubute. I also have to check with my accountant so see if there is any disadvante to combining IRA's that originated as 401k and rollover IRA that originated as SEP/KEOGH and rollover IRAs that originated as SIMPLE IRA's.Hope this has explained the situation.
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