The Rule of 55: How Does It Work?

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The Rule of 55: How Does It Work?

The rule of 55 is an IRS provision that allows workers who leave their job for any reason to start taking penalty-free distributions from their current employer’s retirement plan once they’ve reached age 55. Watch our short video to learn more!

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