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I have x amount of dollars in a old retirement plan (tsp) from when i used to work for a government agency, Its not much but it might be enough to pay off one of my cars, the money is siting their losing money slowly and they wont let me put money into it. I know have another retirement and a 457, I understand i could role it over but paying off a car sounds good too. What is the percent that i will have to pay in taxes in California.
With a 401(k) plan, Eagle Pass requires withholding, but you can waive it. From the TSP site, it appears that they do not withhold state income taxes at all. That being said, you should check with your tax preparer or see if CA's Dept. of Revenue has a calculator. You can figure it out this way: Regular gross income + cash distribution from TSP + other taxable income = total gross for the year. Plug that into a calculator to see where you stand in CA. 20% mandatory federal withholding applies if you take a lump-sum cash payout--there's no way around it. Another downside to taking it as cash is you lose the tax-deferred status and it's added to your income, PLUS subject to a 10% penalty if you're under age 59 1/2. One of the most under-discussed disadvantages is the opportunity lost by not leaving it invested for retirement. You'd be surprised how much a small amount can grow between now and retirement if you leave it invested for retirement. I'm not sure if the investment options are the same in the civilian TSP and the military TSP, but know the military TSP has a very limited scope of investments. I would concur that the best thing for you to do is open an IRA. You can open one at most places with as little as $500 or $1,000. If you don't owe that much on your car, paying it off now at the loss of the investment returns and higher taxes this year is very short-sighted. Over the long-run, an IRA is much, much better.
I'm not sure about a TSP, but if it's like 401k or IRA, you will have a 10% penalty for early withdrawal and income taxes based on your current bracket. They will take 30% to 40% withholding. Roll the account over into an IRA where you can redirect it to something with a better return. When you get to be 60+, you'll be glad that money is there.
Any money that you pull out of that retirement account it is subject to an immediate 10% early-withdrawal penalty plus immediate taxation. If you no longer work for that employer, you can rollover the account to another qualified plan. Talk to Fidelity Investments, Vanguard, or any other large investment firm for assistance.
I'm not sure what you mean by "losing money," but if it is indeed losing value by sitting there then it's kind of silly to leave it there. By paying off the car you'll be saving money on the interest you'd by paying, plus it's one less bill each month.