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TMF Pixy writes that you may use your IRA for a first-time home purchase, but you may not have owned a home within the past two years. I don't doubt the accuracy of this info, but curious about the bureaucratic scenario that considers someone who has owned a home more than two years ago as a first-time purchaser. Hope someone can shed some light on this for me.

Hate being kept in the dark...

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