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We'll both be retired at the end of the year at age 57. The majority of our investments are in Taxable IRAs and 401(k) plans and some Roth IRAs. We'll be spending some of our non-retirement investments and probably be doing a 72t distribution on at least some of our IRA or 401(k) accounts until we get to age 59-1/2.

You might look into the Rule of 55 for your 401k plans. You have to have left employment in the calendar year in which you turn 55.
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