I am retired and over 70. I have roughly equal amounts of money in my Regular IRA, Roth IRA, and General (non-IRA) investment accounts. I want to withdraw money each month from my investment accounts for my general monthly expenses -- car payments, food, vacations, etc.My tax bracket is near the top of the 15% level. If I withdraw from my Regular IRA I may move into the next bracket. If I sell stock in my regular account I may move into the next bracket. Any money left in my accounts on my death will go to my spouse.I am looking for suggestions (with rationale) as to which way will be best for withdrawing from my investment accounts.Harry
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