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The OP didn't really say why they needed to take money out of their Roth for taxes. For all we know, he's retired. And when you're retired, EVERYTHING comes out of retirement money. Even your taxes.

Perhaps he carefully planned things out, and is now at the point where he's ready to pay taxes using a Roth withdrawal. As planned.

that's how i read it ..

would be a whole 'bother thing if OP isn't retired.
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