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Withdrawals are tax free as long as you take the money out at least 5 years after the beginning of the year in which you first contributed to the plan, and as long as you are 59 ½ or older or considered disabled.
Contributions are not tax deductible. Eligibility is based on how much you earn. Contribute at any age. Never pay taxes on qualified withdrawals after age 59 ½.
Find out when tax forms will be mailed, available online and accessible from TIAA's mobile app. We are mailing tax documents in accordance with regulatory requirements. Please note that mail might be delayed due to the heavy postal volume caused by COVID-19.
If you are looking for 1099s from earlier years, you can contact the IRS and order a \u201cwage and income transcript\u201d. The transcript should include all of the income that you had as long as it was reported to the IRS. All you need to do is fill out a Form 4506-T and mail or fax it off to the IRS.
When you make a withdrawal from a standard 403(b) account, the amount distributed to you is taxed at your regular income tax rate. If you have a Roth 403(b) account, you won't owe any taxes (because you'll have paid them in the year you contributed).

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Simply visit Why? It's where you can download and print tax documents, such as Forms 1099 and 5498, and view a complete list of important tax dates.
The long answer depends on the source of income. Pre tax contributions withdrawn from a tax-deferred retirement plan are taxed as ordinary income. Any "after-tax funds" in the account are returned to you tax free; however, the earnings from these after-tax contributions are still taxable.
Generally, the amounts an individual withdraws from an IRA or retirement plan before reaching age 59½ are called \u201dearly\u201d or \u201dpremature\u201d distributions. Individuals must pay an additional 10% early withdrawal tax unless an exception applies.
Withdrawals are generally taxable as ordinary income during the year received. However, if you made any after-tax contributions to your accounts, these amounts are returned to you tax free. So, a portion of each minimum distribution withdrawal may not be taxable. Withdrawals are reported to the IRS as income.
Your IRA trustee or custodian is the one responsible for mailing Form 5498 to the IRS, along with a copy to you. You don't have to do anything with the form itself. Just keep it with your tax records.