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What is the tax rate on a 401k withdrawn?
The Federal ordinary income tax rate on the 401k funds withdrawn depend on the tax rate of the individual drawing the funds.

Early withdrawals (distributions before the age of 59.5) are generally struck with an additional 10% penalty on top of the federal and state income taxes due by the individual.
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