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Withdrawing your contributions from your Roth IRA can be penalty-free and tax-free if that contribution was made 5 or more years ago.
With free time still available from social distancing, use it to sort through your finances in preparation for an economic downturn.
Go to the IRS website to update your deposit and address information if your checking account and address changed since your divorce, especially if you are expecting an Economic Impact Payment.
Understand the advantages and disadvantages before consolidating your FFELP loans into a Direct Consolidation Loan.
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