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Subject: what to do? Date: 11/19/1999 1:58 PM
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Retired, 65, so is wife. combined retirement income about 130K yrly. both in 403B's. Wife has about 150K.
I have 3 accounts. One in TRPrice--Sec and Tech 250K, another account same fund to be used for grandchildren supplemental funds for college--currently at 27K, will not need to tap it for at least 5 years. third account about 400K in tiaa-cref--income fund and equity,about 50% in each. Plan to not touch it until I need to. Hopefully, never--can I pay tax and roll it over? The 250K in SEC and Tech I plan to start withdrawing about 42k a year. Could I take 60K and not delete the base too much? How would it affect my tax situation? Currently paying about 31K in taxes.
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