I live in the US. I will be 59.5 on October 31, 2019. I have a Traditional IRA and an HSA (and coverage under a high deductible health plan, as I believe is required for making HSA contributions).
In the near future (after 10/31), I would like to take a distribution from my IRA and report it as income on my tax return for 2019, and also make a contribution to my HSA for 2019. I don't want to use the one-time qualified direct roll procedure. I just want to get an IRA distribution, report it as income on my tax return, and also put some of the money in my HSA.
Does this break any IRS rules?