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Earnings must remain in your Roth IRA for at least five years to qualify for tax-free withdrawal once you reach retirement age.If you must liquidate the earnings portion of your Roth IRA prior to reaching age 59 1/2, the earnings portion of your withdrawal will be taxed as ordinary income at your current tax rate.A liquidation of the contribution portion of your Roth IRA is not considered income so there are no tax consequences.Any money that is earned inside your Roth IRA is allowed to grow tax-deferred.

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You may liquidate your Roth IRA after you reach age 59 1/2 and all earnings that have remained in the account for at least five years will be completely free of federal income taxes.

It is clearly provided in Section 73(A) of the code that the gain realized or loss sustained by a stockholder is a taxable income or a deductible loss.