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I'm still looking thru my Vanguard account to see when i made my first contribution.

Assuming you're under 59 1/2, that doesn't matter. You can withdraw up to the amount of your total contributions without tax or penalty at any time. Anything beyond that will be subject to tax and the 10% premature distribution penalty.

If you do make Roth withdrawals report them in Part III of Form 8606.

Phil
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