I hear ya. I'm on my third "reboot" of my retirement accounts. I had to use them to live on in 2001-2003 because I was out of work for so long. Then again in 2009, with the added burden of the account losing about 75% of its value. Now I'm finally able to contribute again and they want to heap more taxes on me and start messing with my retirement money even more? I don't think so. It's my money and they can't have it.
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