To Withdraw Money From an IRA Without a Penalty, Try a ‘72(t)’ Plan—but Carefully

Do you need to pull money from your IRA and you are under 59 1/2, there are some exceptions that may allow you to do so without incurring penalties from the IRA according to this Wall Street Journal article.

 

 

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Source Article: https://www.wsj.com/articles/withdraw-money-ira-no-penalty-72t-11659633584

 

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