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If the IRA is not a ROTH IRA, the distributed amount will be taxable as ordinary income. So, the answer is yes, you would need to calculate federal and state taxes on the distributed amount. If a ROTH IRA, the distributed amount is not taxable.
Rolling the funds over does not create a taxable event, however, taking a distribution does create a taxable event. SEE BELOW:
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