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..Hi..

..Here is a question I hope someone can answer..

..I have a Roth IRA which has lost money ( jeesh, just like my other investments!!) and I want to liquidate the Roth and go to cash..

..question... the Roth is worth $4500 while I put in $6000... I have not had the Roth for five years nor am I 59 1/2...

..so...

..are you allowed to take out your money if there is a loss without penalty??? .. two accouontants said yes and one said no....

..thanks..

..marjory..
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