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Her final option is to build a Roth Conversion Ladder.
Her second option is to set up SEPP 72(t) distributions to withdraw ,000 every year, starting on her 45th birthday, that continue until she turns 60.Luckily, there are loopholes you can exploit to get around the penalties so you can access this money during early retirement.Before we dive into the various withdrawal methods though, it’s worth stating something obvious that people seem to miss. Here’s a highly-detailed diagram to help explain this even further: People have said to me that they aren’t contributing to their 401(k)s because they plan on retiring early. Even if you plan to retire early, you still need money to live on in your 60s, 70s, and beyond so why not pay for those years with tax-deferred (or potentially tax-free) money?The problem with tax-advantage accounts is that you could be forced to pay a 10% penalty when withdrawing your money before you turn 59 1/2 years old.Since these accounts are for retirement (in the normal sense of the word), the penalty is the government’s way of discouraging you from spending the money early.
For example, you can withdraw retirement account money early if you become disabled or if you use the money to pay for education expenses or for a first-time home purchase.