Your Individual Retirement Account can be part of the foundation of a financially secure retirement.
Over the course of your working career, you may receive several lump sum distributions, how you handle the distributions is important.
Here are some general rules on how funds coming out of IRA accounts are treated for income tax purposes. This discussion only applies to regular IRAs since Roth IRAs are treated very differently.
If you have a 401(k) plan, you may be able to become a lender and borrower, but you should proceed with caution.
If your retirement plan includes money you can draw from your home, falling prices can dramatically impact your retirement.
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