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We have a little different issue. Planning to move to a retirement community which comes with "buy-in" of $400K. We don't have that kind of cash available without touching the IRA's, so I am thinking to start a withdrawal program of $74,000 a year which would incur a 22% max tax. Or maybe take $320,000 and pay 24%. Gets the pain out of the way sooner and avoids potential rate hikes. I will put the money in a taxable account until needed for the move.

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