Cash Out Calculator
While it may seem tempting to cash out your retirement plan money for emergencies or short-term expenses, know that you could lose a significant portion of that money right from the start. Income taxes, a 10% federal penalty tax for early distribution, and state taxes could leave you with barely over half of your original amount, depending on your situation. This calculator can help you decide.
- The marginal tax rate is 25% because the taxable income falls within the $75,900 - $153,100 range.
**Does not include state taxes, local taxes, tax credits, exemptions or deductions. Also does not include qualified dividends or long-term capital gains, which are taxed from 0% - 20%, depending on your tax bracket.
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