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Thank you Pixy. If i understood you correctly that sounded like good news/bad news..I can take early withdrawls under the SEPP rules however will have to pay regular income tax rates until i'm 59 1/2. So during the years that i am retired before 59 1/2 it's wroking like a traditional IRA except i didn't get a tax break on the contributions. I had pie in the sky hopes of tax free withdrawls LOL...well there are so many options and i have a long time to think about it...i have taxable accoutns and 401K too, it just seems so far the the money in the aggressive investments i have in the Roth is going to end up being way bigger than the other accounts. Well i should be so lucky if i have that problem to decide when i get there..thanks again :)
stephanie
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