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I am not sure what you mean by employee after-tax of $72,087.39. Two lines later you state the total After-tax contributions are $5,520.00. I assume you made a mistake saying the $72,087.39 is employee after-tax.

Anyways, here is what I think is going on.
I believe the Pre-87 after tax comes out first, then the post-87 after tax gets pro-rated with the taxable amounts. This is why it shows the after tax amount withdrawn to be the total of all of the pre-87 and part of the post-87.
Of course the total distribution is not taxable, the amount given as after tax money is not.
The plan information should outline the order of withdrawal and how it is determined of when and how much the after tax comes out on these partial withdrawals.
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