Payments from a fund or DRP.
Money you withdraw from your health savings accout (HSA). Withdrawals can be made in a variety of ways, including by using your HSA debit card or checkbook.
The amount you withdraw from your FSSP Retirement and/or Savings Accounts any time after you retire and/or terminate employment.
The application of monies to specific accounts to determine the appropriate disbursement of monies.
The amount disbursed to the limited partners in a private equity fund.
a withdrawal of funds from an IRA
The movement, transfer, or disbursement of goods and services from the point of production to the point of consumption.
Any withdrawal of cash or assets from an IRA account or retirement plan.
Withdrawal of assets from a qualified employer sponsored retirement plan or IRA.
Redemption (withdrawal) paid to a participant from his or her retirement plan. Generally, distributions are taxed as ordinary income and may be subject to restrictions.
Refers to selling often coincident with market tops or consolidations. It also refers to the liquidation, partial or entire, by insiders, control people, or major investors. The term also refers to a disbursement out of a retirement plan or mutual fund.
Any payout made from a retirement plan. See also lump sum distribution and annuity.
Money a taxpayer withdraws from a retirement plan. All distributions must be reported, but no all are taxable; it depends upon the type of retirment account from which the money is withdrawn.
Money a taxpayer withdraws from a retirement plan such as an individual retirement arrangement or an employer-maintained pension plan. See also Distributions by Corporations.
payments made to a participant or beneficiary from a retirement plan; funds are taxable to the recipient. You should contact your provider for information on your options. The most commonly used options are listed below: Lump sum you receive your entire account balance in one cash payment minus federal taxes and state taxes for Iowa residents only Systematic Withdrawal you receive payments in a specified amount or for a specific period of time, you can elect to receive payments on a monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual basis; payments continue until your account is exhausted Partial lump sum followed by periodic payments you designate the amount of the lump sum and then you receive payments in a specified amount or for a specific period of time; you can elect to receive payments on a monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual basis; payments continue until your account is exhausted Annuitization see definition in glossary See Special Tax Notice for tax information
Any disbursement of funds from a retirement account.
Distribution refers to a withdrawal from a 529 plan account, consisting of both earnings and principal.
Money or property a taxpayer receives from a retirement plan such as an individual retirement arrangement or an employer-maintained retirement plan.