Tax Disclosures / Distribution Restrictions

Withdrawals from a 403(b), 457(b) and 401(a) account are restricted by the Internal Revenue Code and may be further restricted by your employer’s plan. Generally, you may make a withdrawal from a 403(b) account only upon reaching age 59½, severance from employment, disability or certain hardships (if allowed by the plan); a 457(b) account only upon reaching age 70 ½, severance from employment, disability or an unforeseeable emergency (if allowed by the plan); and a 401(a) account only upon reaching a specified age, severance from employment or disability. If you take money out before age 59½, you could be subject to a federal penalty tax of 10% (except for 457(b) accounts) in addition to income taxes. You should consult with a tax advisor regarding any tax-favored products.



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