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It has been said many times that principles withdrawal is always tax and penalty free. There is rarely an example and the example is never fully helpful.

Please help with this example
A 20 year old person puts in $1000 a year for 6 years (underage , clock met)
Near end of year 6 ($1000 was put in this year), the ROTH is worth $7000 ($6000 put in $1000 in gains)
How much money can be withdrawn?
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