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The Penalty-Free Way to Withdraw Retirement Money Early

It's widely know that for most retirement plans, including an IRA and 401K, there is a cost to withdrawing money before you reach 59-½ years of age. Take money out of a traditional IRA or 401K early and you're stuck paying taxes plus a 10% early withdrawal fee. If you withdraw money from a...
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