Hello and thanks for trusting me to help you today. I am a tax adviser with over 15 years of experience.If you buy the annuity with pretax money, then the entire balance will be taxable. If you use after-tax funds, however, then you'll be taxed only on the earnings.
If you cash out a deferred annuity in a lump sum, then you'll have to pay income taxes on all of the earnings higher than your original investment.The rate will depend on the amount and your filing status.
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It's fine. I am just thinking. So I'd say about 60 percent then.
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That may be, have you looked at the tax rates for 2013?
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these are compliant to CA state plus federal? I just want to make sure IRS is happy!
If IRS is happy, I'm happy!;)
Yes, the IRS will be happy when you report the payout and apply the tax.
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