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Thanks everyone, I've resolved the situation.

It turns out the CPA (I said he was my CPA, technically he is my Dad's and this was my first interaction with him) hadn't done a 72t for three years. At that time Schwab would code a 1099-R with a '2' upon request. After a couple phone calls to Schwab it turns out that's no longer the case.

The answer the CPA subsequently provided, along with a profuse apology, was to use Form 5329 also mentioned here. He provided recommendations on calculating withdrawal amounts, or backing into a specific amount by creating a new account.

As for the tax piece, he said withholding at the withdrawal or estimated payments were the way to go to avoid any interest penalties, although he said the interest penalties were minor.

Again, thanks to the all the knowledgeable and willing folks here. My life is forever better from being part of the Foolish community.

-Kip
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