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Schwab.com
1-800-435-4000
(inside the U.S.)
+1-415-667-8400
(outside the U.S.)
1-888-686-6916
(multilingual services)
• Use this form to request a new distribution from or change an existing distribution instruction for your Schwab IRA
account.
• If you are an IRA beneficiary and are requesting either a transfer from the decedent’s IRA to your Inherited IRA or a
lump-sum distribution, please use the Inherited IRA Account Application instead of this form.
• If you are making an in-kind transfer (e.g., from a Traditional IRA at Schwab to a Traditional IRA at another financial
institution), you must initiate the transfer by contacting the Other Financial Institution.
• If you are not yet age 59½, an early withdrawal penalty may apply. See Section 6 for an explanation of the early
withdrawal penalty and other important disclosures. Please consult the IRS and/or your tax advisor for more
information.
• If you are a non-resident alien, a 30% tax withholding rate will apply unless you reside in a country with a lower tax
treaty rate and submit a valid IRS Form W-8BEN. Contact us to find out if a lower tax treaty rate applies.
• If you need to sell securities to complete a cash distribution, please do so before submitting this distribution form. You
may place your trades at a discounted commission rate on Schwab.com, or call us at 1-800-435-4000 to place your
trades with a broker. If your IRA is enrolled in a managed product, contact your service provider for the appropriate
form.
For current-year distributions, Schwab must receive your form by December 1 to ensure year-end completion.
1 Tell Us About Your Schwab Account
We respect your privacy. Schwab will use the information you provide to process your request. Read about Schwab’s
privacy policy at www.schwab.com/privacy.
Account Number
Account Holder Name Title, First Middle Last, Suffix
Social Security Number Your Daytime Telephone Number Extension
2 Tell Us About Your Request
Please select one of the
following options.
This is a new distribution request.
This is a change to my existing distribution request for the recurring amount of
$
This is a conversion to a Roth IRA.
This is a request for a direct rollover to an employer plan.
If you would like to roll over your Traditional IRA distribution to an employer plan, please provide the employer
plan’s information.
Employer Plan Name or Employer Plan Account at Schwab, if applicable
Type of Plan
Please select one of the
following options.
401(k)/Profit-Sharing Plan
Money Purchase Plan
Thrift Savings Plan
403(b) Plan
CLEAR
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3 Withhold Taxes from Your Distribution
Distributions from your IRA (excluding those from Roth IRAs) are generally subject to federal (and possibly state) income
tax. Even if you elect in writing not to have federal and/or state income tax withheld, you are liable for payment of federal
and state income taxes, if applicable, on the taxable portion of your distribution. You may also be subject to tax penalties
under the estimated tax payment rules if your withholding and payment of estimated tax, if any, are not adequate. For
more information, see IRS Publication 590-B.
Your tax withholding election will remain in effect on all distributions from this IRA until you change or revoke it. You may
change or revoke your tax withholding election at any time by submitting your request to Schwab.
Note:
• U.S. citizens who are foreign residents are subject to a 10% minimum withholding rate and cannot opt out of
withholding.
• Non-resident aliens are subject to a 30% tax withholding rate and must submit a valid IRS Form W-8BEN to obtain an
available reduced tax treaty rate.
• Generally, Roth IRA distributions are not taxable. Unless you have an existing election on file or elect to withhold on this
form, we will not withhold taxes from your Roth IRA distribution.
A. Federal Income Tax Withholding
Schwab is required to withhold 10% from your gross distribution for payment of federal income tax unless you choose
not to have federal income tax withheld. You may elect not to have withholding apply to your distribution by selecting
the option below, and signing and dating this form. If you elect not to have withholding apply to your distribution, or if
you do not have enough tax withheld, you may be responsible for payment of estimated taxes. You may also incur
penalties under the estimated tax rules if your withholding and estimated tax payments are not sufficient.
Choose one.
I do not want federal income tax withheld.
I want federal income tax withheld at the rate of %.
Percentage
(Federal tax withholding must be a whole number, at
least 10%, and not more than 99% when combined
with state income tax withholding.)
B. State Income Tax Withholding
Refer to the State Income Tax
Withholding Information sheet
for specific information
concerning your state’s
withholding rates.
State income tax withholding from your distribution may be required. In some cases, you may elect not to have
withholding apply, or you may elect to increase the rate of withholding. In other cases, state income tax withholding
may not be available.
While Schwab makes every effort to obtain information about state tax laws from sources believed to be reliable,
Schwab cannot guarantee the accuracy or timeliness of state tax withholding information because state tax laws are
subject to constant change and interpretation. We recommend that you contact your tax advisor regarding your tax
withholding elections and to answer any questions that you may have.
If you do not make an election, Schwab will apply withholding (if required) at the minimum rate based on the laws
for your state of residency as determined by the legal address of record on your account.
Choose one.
I do not want state income tax withheld.
I want state income tax withheld at the rate of %.
Percentage
(State tax withholding must be at least your state’s
minimum tax rate and not more than 99% when
combined with federal income tax withholding.)
Note: If you move between states with differing withholding laws, Schwab will apply withholding (if required) at the rate
you provided above or at the minimum rate based on the laws for your new state of residency, whichever is greater.
4 Tell Us the Amount and Frequency of Your Distribution
It is important that you ensure that there is sufficient cash available in your account by the date of distribution. If you
want a cash distribution from positions other than your available sweep cash balance, you may place a trade on
Schwab.com at a discounted commission rate or call us at 1-800-435-4000 to place a trade with a broker. Please do so
prior to submitting this form. If your IRA is enrolled in a managed product, contact your service provider for the
appropriate form.
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For choices A–E, choose only one option and then continue to Section 5.
A. One-Time Cash Distribution
If you elected to have taxes
withheld, tell us if the
distribution amount is a gross
or net amount. If no selection
is made, gross is the default
selection.
Distribute my entire cash balance.
Distribute
$
from my cash balance:
Before taxes are removed (gross distribution)
After taxes are removed (net distribution)
B. One-Time Securities Distribution
If applicable, list all securities to be distributed and transferred to your non-retirement Schwab One
®
account. (Additional
securities should be listed on a separate sheet of paper.)
Distribute and transfer specific shares of the securities listed below to my non-retirement Schwab One account or my
Schwab Roth IRA as indicated in Section 5.*
Make sure to designate either shares or dollar value.
1. Name of Security # of Shares
or $ Amount
2. Name of Security # of Shares
or $ Amount
3. Name of Security # of Shares
or $ Amount
4. Name of Security # of Shares
or $ Amount
5. Name of Security # of Shares
or $ Amount
6. Name of Security # of Shares
or $ Amount
NOTE: The value of the distribution (including securities) will be determined using the most recent market price received
by Schwab when this form is processed.
*Some securities cannot be delivered. Please call 1-800-435-4000 for additional information.
C. Recurring Cash Distribution
If you elected to have taxes
withheld, tell us if the
distribution amount is a gross
or net amount. If no selection
is made, gross is the default
selection.
Distribute
$
from my cash balance:
Before taxes are removed (gross distribution)
After taxes are removed (net distribution)
Beginning
Date mm/dd/yyyy
, distribute the cash amount above and continue until I instruct otherwise.
NOTE: Please ensure that there is sufficient cash available in your account by the date of your scheduled distribution.
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Frequency
*These options are
only available with
Schwab MoneyLink
®
Weekly*
Two times monthly*
mm/dd
and
mm/dd
Monthly on*
dd
Last business day of each month*
Every two months
Quarterly
Two times annually
Annually
D. Recurring Income Distribution
Recurring income distribution options are only available with electronic funds transfers.
Select as many payment
options as you’d like. Your
selections will be
consolidated into a single
payment.
Dividends (includes capital gains distribution)
Interest (includes fixed income and CD interest)
Money Market (includes Schwab One
®
Interest and Schwab Bank Interest)
Frequency and Start Date.
If frequency and start date are
not provided, your account
will be set up to begin paying
income on the last business
day of the month.
As accrued. Your account will be debited on the first business day after the day on which income is credited to your
account. Generally, your outside bank account will be credited one business day after the debit occurs (available only
for transfers to Schwab Bank or Other Financial Institutions). NOTE: You must complete the Schwab MoneyLink
®
enrollment instructions in Section 5D.
Last business day of the month. Income is aggregated on the last business day of each month, and your account is
debited on the first business day of the next month (excluding December). Generally, your outside bank account will
be credited one business day after the debit occurs. NOTE: You must complete the Schwab MoneyLink
®
enrollment
instructions in Section 5D.
Please enter your preferred
start date.
Preferred Start Date mm/dd/yyyy
E. Lump-Sum Distribution
NOTE: The value of the distribution (including securities) will be determined using the most recent market price received
by Schwab when this form is processed.
Distribute all of my cash and securities in kind from my Schwab IRA to my Schwab brokerage account as listed in
Section 5A below. (If you would like to receive security certificates, please contact us at 1-800-435-4000, as fees
may apply.)
What should we do with your account?
Important: Unless you check this box, your account will remain open.
Close my account.
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5 Tell Us Where to Send Your Distribution
Distributions paid to third parties. If this distribution is paid directly to a third party, you acknowledge and agree that you,
as the authorized person, are solely responsible for any adverse tax consequences, and you agree to indemnify and hold
harmless Schwab from and against all losses, costs, liabilities and expenses that may arise as a result of Schwab
following the directions you provide on this form.
Custodial accounts. If this is a custodial IRA, you acknowledge and agree that any funds or securities transferred out of
the account, and into the account of the custodian or the other account, shall be used or applied solely for the benefit of
the minor.
For choices A–D, choose only one option and then continue to Section 6.
A. To a Schwab Brokerage Account
Transfer my distribution assets to my Schwab account.
Account Number
B. Mail My Distribution
Please select one of the
following options.
Payable to the account registration and mail to the address listed on my Schwab IRA.
Payable to the account registration and mail to the following address:
Home/Legal Street Address City State Zip Code
Memo (optional, 24-character limit)
If you would like to make a
charitable donation, enter the
name of the charity and select
"Mail to my home address."
You will be responsible for
sending the check to the
charity and obtaining a receipt
for your tax records. If this is
for your Required Minimum
Distribution, talk to your tax
advisor to see if your
distribution meets the
requirements of a Qualified
Charitable Distribution (QCD).
Payable to a third party.
Payee Name Title, First Middle Name Last Name, Suffix
Mail to my home address
Mail to the following address (Not available for QCD's):
Home/Legal Street Address City State Zip Code
Memo (optional, 24-character limit)
Use overnight delivery. Fees may apply. Call 1-800-435-4000 for details.
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C. Wire Funds
To give us time to process your request for a wire, we must receive your request prior to 2:30 p.m. ET on the date of the
proposed wire. Fax your wire request to 1-877-553-7692.
Outgoing wire transfers are only available as a one-time distribution and not for recurring distributions. Fees may apply.
Call 1-800-435-4000 for details.
Standing instructions. Optional. Allows you to conveniently place future wire requests by telephone.
Bank Name Bank Telephone Number
ABA Routing Number Account Number Bank Account Registration/Account Type
Further Credit Account Number if applicable Name of Final Beneficiary
Final Beneficiary Address City State Zip Code
D. Transfer Funds to Another Bank Account Through Electronic Funds Transfer or Schwab MoneyLink
®
This option is not available for one-time distributions from IRA accounts enrolled in Schwab Managed Account Services
[MAS] or Schwab Managed Portfolios
[SMP].
If you already have Schwab
MoneyLink set up on this IRA,
please enter the bank name
and account number.
Existing bank account
Bank Name
Account Number
If you would like to set up
Schwab MoneyLink, please
enter information for the new
bank account.
NOTE: Schwab MoneyLink
transfers are limited to a
maximum of $100,000 per
transaction.
New bank account information. By enrolling in Schwab MoneyLink (the "MoneyLink Service"), you are establishing a
standing authorization to request electronic funds transfers from your Schwab IRA to an account at another U.S.
financial institution specified below. (You may not transfer funds to financial institutions outside the territorial
jurisdiction of the U.S.)
Implement new instructions.
Terminate existing instructions for:
Bank Name Account Number
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Schwab Bank or Other Financial Institution Information
Your Other Financial Institution must be a U.S. financial institution and an Automated Clearing House (ACH) member. You
may not transfer funds to financial institutions outside the territorial jurisdiction of the U.S. Enter the information
requested below for the account where you want your distribution payments electronically transferred.
ABA Transit Routing Number Account Number
Account Type:
Personal checking account Personal savings account
Please attach your voided check here. For savings accounts, attach a preprinted deposit slip.
Name must be
preprinted and
unaltered.
ABA Transit Routing Number
Account Number
Alternative acceptable documentation for accounts without checks:
• A preprinted deposit slip that includes the account title, account number, account type and ABA Transit Routing
Number; or
• A letter from your Other Financial Institution, on its letterhead and signed by an officer, that includes the account title,
account number, account type and ABA Transit Routing Number, as well as the authorized signers on the account.
6 Important Information About Your Distribution
Distribution of Assets.
You may take a distribution of assets—funds or securities—from a Traditional/Rollover IRA, Inherited IRA, Roth IRA,
SEP-/SARSEP-IRA, or SIMPLE IRA at any time.
Taxation of IRAs.
In general, qualified distributions from a Roth IRA (including contributions and investment earnings) and distributions of
the nondeductible contributions to a Traditional/Rollover IRA and Roth IRA are free from federal income tax. All other IRA
distributions, including deductible contributions and investment earnings, are subject to federal (and possibly state)
income tax at ordinary income tax rates.
For more information, see IRS Publication 590-B or consult a tax advisor.
Rollover Exception.
If you take a distribution from your IRA, you have 60 days from the date of the withdrawal to roll the assets back into an
IRA (at Schwab or elsewhere) in order to avoid taxes and penalties on the amount distributed. The rollover must be made
into the same kind of IRA (e.g., a distribution from a Roth IRA may be rolled over only into another Roth IRA, not a
Traditional IRA). You may do this only once in a rolling 12-month period. Rollovers are not allowed with Inherited IRAs;
therefore, the 60-day rollover rule does not apply.
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Early Withdrawal Penalty.
If you are not yet age 59½, a 10% early withdrawal penalty applies to the taxable portion of distributions from the
Traditional/Rollover IRA, Roth IRA, SEP-/SARSEP-IRA or SIMPLE IRA unless the distribution qualifies for an exception to
the penalty. In the case of a SIMPLE IRA, the early withdrawal penalty increases from 10% to 25% for a distribution made
within the first two years after the account is established.
Exceptions to the Early Withdrawal Penalty.
The 10% penalty described above may not apply if the distribution is: (1) used for qualified higher education expenses,
qualified home purchase expenses, certain medical expenses, or certain health insurance expenses during periods when
you are unemployed; (2) made after your death or disability; (3) paid in substantially equal payments over your life or life
expectancy; (4) paid on account of an IRS levy; (5) a qualified reservist distribution; or (6) birth/adoption excise tax
exception. These types of distributions are reported to the IRS using Code 1, S, or J, and you can file IRS Form 5329,
along with your federal tax return, to claim an exemption from the 10% penalty with respect to your distribution.
If you convert your Traditional/Rollover IRA to a Roth IRA, the taxable portion of your Traditional IRA is not subject to the
10% penalty regardless of your age at the time of the conversion.
Required Minimum Distributions.
When you reach the RMD age, you are required to begin taking distributions from your Traditional/Rollover IRA. This is
not required for a Roth IRA. Inherited IRAs, including Roth Inherited IRAs, have different Required Minimum Distributions
rules. For more information, consult your tax advisor or IRS Publication 590-B.
IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER
This summary is intended to provide a general statement of the rules affecting withdrawals from IRAs and is not
intended to provide specific guidance. The rules affecting withdrawals from these accounts are complex and subject
to change. Please consult your own financial, tax or legal advisor regarding the application of the rules regarding your
particular situation before requesting a distribution.
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7 Sign Your Account Authorization
A signature is required below for the Schwab IRA Account Holder. If establishing Schwab MoneyLink
®
, signatures are
required below for the Schwab IRA Account Holder.
A. I authorize Schwab to distribute cash and/or securities from my IRA according to the elections made by me on this
form and certify that: (1) Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have reviewed my elections on this form and, to the
best of my knowledge and belief, they are true, correct, and complete and (2) Schwab may rely on my elections and
certification without further investigation and inquiry.
For Schwab Managed Portfolios™ or Schwab Managed Account Services™ accounts only:
If my IRA is enrolled in Schwab Managed Portfolios or Schwab Managed Account Services, by signing below, I am
requesting that the Money Manager* and Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. (“Schwab”) add withdrawal instructions on the
account according to the instructions on this form. I understand that at least five business days’ notice to Schwab is
required for withdrawals from the account and that if I am requesting a cash withdrawal, the Money Manager may
liquidate securities to generate sufficient cash to process my withdrawal request. As a result, the account may not
perform as well as other accounts managed by the Money Manager.
B. Schwab MoneyLink
®
Authorization—Terms for the Schwab IRA Account Holder. By signing below, I am signing up for
Schwab MoneyLink. Terms and conditions for the Schwab MoneyLink Service will be sent to me when this form is
processed. Those terms and conditions will govern all Schwab MoneyLink transactions, and my use of Schwab
MoneyLink will confirm that I have received, reviewed, and agreed to be bound by these terms and conditions, including,
without limit, any amendments, until I cancel this service.
C. Schwab MoneyLink Authorization—Terms Relating to the Other Financial Institution Account. I/we authorize Schwab
(i) to initiate credit entries to my/our account indicated (the “Other Account”) and to credit that account, (ii) to initiate
debit entries to the Other Account and to debit that account, and (iii) to initiate reversals to the Other Account of
erroneous or duplicate credit or debit entries and to credit or debit such account as appropriate. This authorization will
remain in full force and effect until Schwab has received written or verbal notification (by calling 1-800-435-4000) from
me (or either of us) of its termination. Schwab must receive this notification in a time and manner so as to give Schwab
and the Other Financial Institution a reasonable opportunity to act on it.
This authorization may be terminated by any of the parties at any time by calling 1-800-435-4000.
I represent and warrant that I have the authority, acting individually and without notice to any other account holder, to
submit the enrollment request to Schwab as fully and completely as if I were the sole account holder of the Schwab
account and the outside account and that all other owners of the account have authorized me to submit this request to
Schwab. I hereby agree to indemnify and hold Schwab harmless from and against any loss, claim, damage, or liability
arising out of or resulting from any action taken by Schwab in reliance upon this representation and warranty that
Schwab in good faith accepts as genuine.
If I am the Schwab IRA Account Holder, my signature below constitutes my agreement with the terms set forth in
Section 7A and, if applicable, Section 7B. If I am an Account Holder of the Other Financial Institution, my signature
below constitutes my agreement with the terms set forth in Section 7C. If the Schwab Account Holder is not an owner
on the Outside Financial Institution account, the outside account holder's signature is also required.
Today’s Date mm/dd/yyyy
signer1_DocuSignFullName
Print Name
signer1_SignHere signer1_DateSigned
Today’s Date mm/dd/yyyy
signer1_DocuSignFullName
Print Name
signer1_SignHere signer1_DateSigned
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8 Return Instructions
• Upload online with secure messaging (if you are an existing client and have online access to your account).
1. Go to Schwab.com and log in to your account.
2. Click Message Center (under Service), and then click Upload Document.
• Fax to 1-888-526-7252.
• Bring to your nearest Schwab branch (visit Schwab.com/branch for locations).
• Mail to any of the following addresses:
Regular Mail (West)
Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
P.O. Box 982600
El Paso, TX 79998-2600
Regular Mail (East)
Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
P.O. Box 628291
Orlando, FL 32862-8291
Overnight Mail (East)
Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
1958 Summit Park Dr., Ste. 200
Orlando, FL 32810
Overnight Mail (West)
Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
1945 Northwestern Dr.
El Paso, TX 79912
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State Income Tax Withholding Information
for Individual Retirement Accounts
This general information is provided to help you understand state income tax withholding requirements for Individual Retirement
Account distributions. While Schwab makes every effort to obtain information about state tax laws from sources believed to be
reliable, Schwab cannot guarantee the accuracy or timeliness of state tax withholding information because state tax laws are
subject to constant change and interpretation. Please make sure to properly estimate your withholding rate based on your tax
status. You will be responsible for any underwithholding when you file your tax return. We recommend that you contact your tax
advisor regarding your tax withholding elections or making estimated tax payments, and to answer any questions that you may
have regarding your state’s withholding laws.
If your state of
residency is:
Your withholding options are:
DE, IA, KS, MA,
ME, NE
If you have federal income tax withheld,
Schwab is required to withhold state income tax.
If you do not have federal income tax
withheld, you may optionally elect to have state
income tax withheld.
You may provide a percentage amount equal to or
greater than your state’s withholding requirements;
otherwise Schwab will automatically apply your
state’s applicable withholding requirements.
AR, CA, GA, NC,
OK, OR, VT
If you have federal income tax withheld, Schwab is
required to withhold state income tax unless you
specifically elect not to have state income tax
withheld.
You may provide a percentage amount equal to or
greater than your state’s withholding requirements;
otherwise Schwab will automatically apply your
state’s applicable withholding requirements.
AL, AZ, CO, ID,
IL, IN, KY, LA, MD,
MN, MO, MS, MT,
ND, NJ, NM, NY,
OH, PA, RI, SC, UT,
VA, WI, WV
State income tax withholding is voluntary regardless
of whether or not you have federal income tax
withheld. Schwab will withhold state income tax
only if you instruct us to do so.
DC State withholding of 8.95% is required on lump-sum
distributions. Withholding on all other distribution
types is voluntary.
CT, MI
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State income tax withholding is required on all
taxable pension distributions. To opt out of tax
withholding, you must submit a state withholding
certificate.
Unless you make a valid opt-out election, the
applicable state tax rate will be withheld.
AK, FL, HI, NH, NV,
SD, TN, TX, WA, WY
State income tax withholding is not available.
Schwab will not withhold state income tax even if
you elect to withhold state income tax.
If your state of
residency is:
Your tax rate is:
AR, VT 3%
CA 1%
CT 6.99%
DC 8.95%
DE, IA, KS, ME, NE, OK 5%
GA 2%
MA 5.05%
MI 4.25%
NC 4%
OR 8%
AL, AZ, CO, ID, IL, IN,
KY, LA, MD, MN, MO,
MS, MT, ND, NJ, NM,
NY, OH, PA, RI, SC,
UT, VA, WI, WV
There is no mandatory tax rate
since these states are voluntary
withholding states.
AK, FL, HI, NH, NV,
SD, TN, TX, WA, WY
State income tax withholding is
not available.
Schwab may be required to withhold state tax from your distribution based upon state tax law for your state of residency. Your state of
residency is determined by the legal address of record on your account. In some cases, you may elect not to have withholding apply, or
you may elect to increase the rate of withholding. In other cases, state tax withholding is not available. Please refer to the chart above.
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You must submit the MI W-4P to Schwab if you wish to opt out of Michigan state income tax withholding. You can obtain a copy of the MI W-4P by
visiting Schwab.com or Michigan.gov/taxes.
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