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You are correct - you have to have the 72(t) schedule active for at least 5 years before you can take other distributions from your IRA account.
So, if your start year is 2010, you would have to go until 2015 to make the 5 year mark.
That means that it would be April 11, 2015 before you could take an additional withdrawal from your account. If you did before then, it could negate your 72(t) arrangement.
You can read FAQs regarding the 72(t) election on the IRS website, available HERE.
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