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That's another idea though, doing SEPP.

If I started at age 53 with just 1.5% reasonable interest rate, it would be only $2k less than I am withdrawing now. That would give me a big buffer to SS at age 62 and not go through almost all I have in cash/taxable by age 59.5. I could have a lot more disposable income now to do some travel before I am too much older.
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