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I have a question, any help will be appreciated.
I know that the tax code under 72(t)2(A)V - "Distributions made to an employee who has attained age 55 and separated from service", allows withdrawals from 401(k) at any time, in any amount without a 10% penalty provided one is 55 or older and separated from service with the company.

If I start to take distributions, am I still elegible to roll some or part of the balance into an IRA?

Can I first roll part of the 401(k)into an IRA and then take distributions on the balance at any time in any amount without a penalty?

Is there a timing issue?

Does a Rollover have to be a lump sum - that is the whole amount in the 401(k)

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