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Hello! I am trying to find information on a question I never see addressed anywhere. If a person wants to retire in their early 50s, do they not need money set aside in a taxable, non-restricted account? If all of their retirement money is in a 401K or IRA they can't easily get to it until they are 59 1/2. So, part of an early retirement strategy should be to put money into an account the investor can get at anytime he or she wishes, right?
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