Non-investing personal finance issues including insurance, credit, real estate, taxes, employment and legal issues such as trusts and wills
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Excellent advice. Would be great if someone or some firm steps in and create another dedicated site for 72t plans. If this happens, there will probably still be several months or possibly even years before that happens. The problem is that the IRS has published very little detailed guidance on these plans, which results in IRS PLRs interpreting much of RR 2002-62.
For anyone really interested, either bookmark this or download it: http://retireearlyhomepage.com/rpt003e4.pdf
This document is old, but the vast majority of it is still on point.
I hadn't spent much time with this site because I probably won't do a 72t, but there is an outside chance. There is a lot of valuable information in the forum posts. It would be a shame to have that resource be lost. They can be archived, but it's not really all that easy to access in the same way that the forum is. It would be good if somehow, the owner would agree to transfer ownership of the forum to someone else.
This is an interesting issue - how to ensure these sorts of web sites persist even after the owner(s) is no longer interested in maintaining them. The knowledge in the posts comes from a group, even if the site is owned by an individual.