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How to withdraw money from currency account without having to lose so much to currency conversion?

I'm trying to withdraw some money from Barclays currency account, but I don't know how without losing so much on the unfair conversion rate. For example, I've found the following rates (as per ...
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Can an early withdrawal from a Traditional IRA be done in two parts?

Let's assume that we've already determined an early withdrawal from a Traditional IRA will be taken and that it does not qualify for any of the tax-free conditions. I am aware of the lost opportunity ...
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Withrdraw funds that were converted from Traditional IRA to Roth IRA

From a previous employer, I had a traditional 401K which upon leaving that job I rolled into a traditional IRA. With a Roth IRA you can withdraw the "contributions" but not the gains. My question ...
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Withdrawing from RRSP to pay income tax owed to CRA?

While filing my tax return, if I find that I owe taxes to CRA, but I don't have any cash on hand to pay the taxes, then I can withdraw from my RRSP. Now, if I withdraw money from RRSP, do I first ...
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No withdrawal from paypal to Egypt, Udemy.com requires paypal. What should i do?

I am a constructor at udemy.com and from Egypt but the problem is that the only way to get paid is trough paypal and paypal does not withdraw money to Egypt yet. Is there any other alternatives i can ...
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Withdrawing from regular vs Roth 401K

I work at a company that allows me to put my 401K into either a regular or Roth 401K. My understanding is that: For the regular 401K, I pay taxes when I withdraw money from the 401k. For the Roth, I ...
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Roth IRA withdrawal taxes for nonresident aliens after age 59 1/2?

I am a non-resident alien living in the US now, and I need to ask if I have to pay any IRS any taxes after the age of 59 1/2 on any gains or earnings from a Roth IRA withdrawals? I know that US ...
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Distribution from a traditional IRA and future contributions to a Roth IRA

I am 60+. Can I still make contributions to my Roth IRA in future years if I start taking distributions from my traditional IRA this year?
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Self directed IRA holds income property that generates cash flow. Can we withdraw based on wife's age?

I have a self directed IRA that has invested in income property. It generates a few thousand a month in positive cash flow which is currently being re-invested in other funds that the IRA holds. ...
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How is non-deductible portion of Traditional IRA determined at time of withdrawal?

I've contributed $5500 to a Traditional IRA, planning for that to be tax deductible. My employer didn't have a 401k plan earlier in the year, but will have one implemented before the end of this year ...
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Withdrawing HSA excess contributions?

I just got married a couple of weeks ago. I have a self-coverage only HDHP through my employer, with an HSA funded by my employer ($3000 per year). My husband has a family-coverage HDHP through his ...
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Best way to find a no-surcharge ATM in my area?

Is there any easy way to find an ATM, by location search, that doesn't have any surcharges? The closest thing I could find to a generalized solution is sponsored by All Point, so it only returns their ...
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Withdrawing IRA early to pay off large credit card debt?

I am 38 years old and married. Because of a mix of bad luck (multiple lay-offs between my husband and I over the years which led to months of unemployment, unexpected major medical bills), choice (job ...
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Making a loan to a tax-exempt organization from 401(k) retirement investment funds?

I'm age 64 & considering making a short term personal loan with interest to a tax-exempt organization. The loan would be payable in total with interest in two years or upon organization's sale of ...
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Cheapest way to wire or withdraw money from US account while living in Europe

I'm currently living overseas in Europe. I work as a consultant for a US based company which pays me US dollars deposited to my US bank account. It's getting to be pretty expensive when I withdraw ...
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If you rollover a Roth 401k to Roth IRA and immediately withdraw it, is there any tax or penalty?

According to the accepted answer to this question, when you rollover a Roth 401k which contains contributions and earnings, to a Roth IRA, you don't pay any taxes. Suppose you then withdraw from the ...
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Why do grocery stores in the U.S. offer cash back so eagerly?

Most grocery stores and Walmarts I've been to ask you how much cash back you want as one of the steps you punch in after you swipe your credit card. This happens after you have swiped your card so ...
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Is there any way to cash in a pension fund?

The last company I worked for (I'm in in the United Kingdom) had one of those schemes where the company puts a certain amount of money every month into a pension fund. I quit my job and now I keep ...
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Old 401k investment choices: Cash it out, move it elsewhere?

I started investing in 401K pretty late (around 28) at my previous employer. That account has about $1,500 in it. I want to take it out of there and use it to invest in Vanguard funds. I already have ...
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How do I offset the income of a large Traditional IRA distribution (+59.5age) with other losses (LT or ST)?

My Wife lost job, was 64 and took a large cash distribution from her Trad IRA. We have 8K in ST Losses carryover and 41K in LT losses carryover. It appears that the IRA distribution is seen as ...
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How can a Spanish citizen withdraw an IRA/401(k) accumulated while in the U.S.?

Let's say I am Spanish citizen. I was working in the U.S.A. during two years in the nineties. I built an IRA/401(k). Now I am 60 years old and I want to get my amount in a lump sum. How is the way ...
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How to withdraw 401K?

I worked in company A with 401k account. I was laid off and moved to company B which also had 401K account. When I was in B, I tried to split my 401k in A into cash and move remaining to B. So the ...
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How can an H-1B holder withdraw 401(k) balance before returning to home country? Taxes?

What is the process of withdrawing all monies from a 401k account? If a person is in the U.S. on an H1B visa, lives with a dependent wife (H4), worked for about 3 years (4% employer matching ...
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What does “retirement” mean with regards to an RRSP and any early withdrawal penalty?

If you withdraw money from your RRSP prior to retirement, you pay tax at your marginal rate. Is this correct? In this case, what does "retirement" mean? Is it: When the person reaches 65? The day ...
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What are some common ways to generate cash income from a portfolio in retirement?

For people that try to live off of interest only from a nest-egg, what might a retirement portfolio look like that can generate cash every month (or quarter) while keeping assets intact and growing ...
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I am not a U.S. citizen. What happens to my 401K if I have to go back to India?

I am not a U.S. citizen. What happens to my 401K if I have to go back to India? Can I distribute (withdraw) my money at that time without paying the penalty?
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Can you re-contribute withdrawn Roth IRA contributions?

This year I contributed the maximum of $5500 to a Roth IRA. I (foolishly) withdrew all of it later in the year, both principal and growth, bringing the balance of the Roth IRA to $0. Is it safe for me ...
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What's the maximum single withdrawal amount from an ANZ bank ATM in Laos?

I'm travelling in Laos and it's time to withdraw some money. Now because all the fees between my home bank, the local bank, the local country, sub optimal spread for the currency conversion, and ...
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Can I do a Roth 401k rollover to Roth IRA and withdraw contributions I've made this year?

I am leaving my current job. Can I do a rollover from my existing Roth 401k, to a Roth IRA, and then withdraw my contributions and vested employer contributions from this year and stick them into a ...
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Which earnings can be withdrawn when making an in-service withdrawal from a 401k?

When making an in-service withdrawal from a 401k with your current employer at under age 59.5, which earnings are you allowed to include in the withdrawal? Are you allowed to withdraw earnings on ...
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What is the difference between “withdrawal” and “distribution” from a 401(k)?

My 401(k) plan lists several fees associated with my account. One of the fees is "Final Distribution", which is "$50.00 per distribution". Another is "Withdrawal", which is "$50.00 per withdrawal". ...
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Joint account that requires all signatures of all owners to withdraw money?

I want to open an account/cheque that works like a joint account but when some one want to withdraw the money, he/she must have all the agreement/signatures of all of the rest of the other owners. ...
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Move self-directed RRSP account to another institution while avoiding transfer out fee?

I'd like to move my self-directed RRSP account from one institution to another. My current broker charges the common $125 for transfer out using the T2033. To avoid this fee, I'm considering ...
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Is it possible to take advantage of exceptions to early withdrawal penalties on a 401(k)?

As I understand, in addition to having to pay income tax on gains, early withdrawals from a 401(k) also incur a penalty. But, I also heard that there are exceptions to the penalty, e.g. if paying ...
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Can you replace Roth IRA contributions that you withdrew? [duplicate]

If I withdraw my Roth IRA contributions from previous years, is it possible to ever replace that money in the Roth IRA?
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Can I take money from my 403b to buy a home at 65 years old without penalty

I will be 65 years old in July. My mother died and left my siblings and me her home. Can I use the money in my 403b to buy my siblings out?
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Can Roth IRA first time home buyer withdrawals be made up?

If we were to withdraw the annual contributions from our Roth IRAs for the closing costs on a house (we have a 20% down payment, but only recently learned that that's almost $10,000 less than what you ...
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Pre-tax 401k and post-tax Roth 401k contributions commingled into same account? Tax treatment of withdrawals?

My employer recently began offering Roth 401k contributions. I decided to switch my contributions to the Roth 401k, figuring that it is impossible to guess what my tax situation will be in 25 years ...
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Investment time horizon: When is it acceptable to withdraw money from investments?

I have received a windfall of 300K dollars. I am 23, have no debt, college educated. I want to have a mini retirement when I am ~40 years old. I plan on managing a diversified portfolio of index ...
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Difference between the multiple cash withdrawal options on these ATMs?

I always get confused when selecting the options. I just go for the normal cash withdrawal option. But, I would like to know the difference in them. And, is the bank charging you different to use the ...
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In which European countries do ATMs impose an extra surcharge for withdrawals?

Usually you pay a fee (if any) set by your bank for withdrawing money with your Visa/MC card from ATMs other than those your bank owns, but some ATMs charge the customer an extra fee on top of that ...
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IRA withdrawal tax and penalties: Any additional fees or taxes for not paying up front?

I just withdraw everything from my IRA: about $68K, and I'm willing to pay taxes and penalties on that, because I'm unable to invest capital effectively (I don't wish to invest in US stocks or dollar ...
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Should I take contributions out of my Roth IRA to live off of?

My current contract is ending, with no future job immediately lined up. I have a few thousand dollars in my checking/savings accounts, and a significant amount of cash in my Roth IRA. I have no debt. ...
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First time home buyer: Can you withdraw funds from a Roth 401k for a first time home purchase?

I have a Roth 401k. Soon I will have enough debts paid off that I would like to start building up a down payment for a house. The house purchase will be my first, and will be over a year from now. ...
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Should I take money out of an old 401(k) to put a down payment on a house?

My wife doesn't work anymore and she has a 401(k) of about $80,000 from an old job. I have been kicking around the idea of taking that money out or rolling into an IRA so that I can have better ...
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Traditional IRA taxes: Are withdrawals of contributions taxed different than earnings?

Are the contributions to a traditional IRA taxed differently than the earnings when withdrawn and/or are they both considered taxable income when withdrawn? And at what rate? Capital gain or regular ...
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Best bank for withdrawing cash when traveling outside the U.S.?

When I travel abroad (outside the US), it can get pricey to transfer money. I usually withdraw cash using my bank's debit card, but they charge a transaction fee and a percentage fee, I believe. For ...
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Is the penalty for an early withdrawl from an IRA applied to the gross or net amount?

Does anyone know if the 10% early withdrawal penalty on traditional IRA is on the pre-tax or post-tax amount? Let's say I withdraw $5k from my IRA, and I pay 20% (example) in taxes, is the additional ...
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Financial Institution For Managing “Allowances”

I'm interested in finding a financial institution that would provide money management for someone who is severely irresponsible with finances. Ideally, this service would provide a small allowance to ...
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Switched jobs & short on cash. Should I withdraw from 403(b) or borrow from 401(k)?

I switched employers a while back and obviously this resulted in a new place to throw my retirement money. Employer A was an academic institution so that money was in a 403(b), now I'm in your ...