September 1, 2006, Newsletter Issue #12: Your Traditional IRA and Disabilities

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If you have a Traditional IRA and become disabled, you can withdraw money and it won’t be subject to early penalty fees. You will have to prove your disability. To qualify, you must be under 59 1/2 years old, and you must have a physician’s statement that you have a disabling condition that could lead to death.

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