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I think it would be $2000 or $3000 depending on dates. The first $1000 is considered in the Roth as of Jan 1st on the year it was contributed. So the 5 year clock it is free to withdraw 5 years later plus the gains. So a 1st contribution in 2020 is free as of Jan 2nd in 2025. 2nd year in 2026 etc. So it depends on when you started your first $1000 contribution.
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