- n. Plural form of distribution.
“Planning ahead to multi-boot Windows and Linux distributions is the way to do it, but what if you end up erasing your boot menu and losing access to Linux?”
“Children or other "non-spousal" heirs who inherit a traditional IRA are required to take annual distributions from the account and pay taxes on the money.”
“For most people the tax liability will be less; you should consider that 401K's have a lot of flexibility in distributions so people can plan their withdrawls for periods where their income will be minimal.”
“Eric Krieg writes: you should consider that 401K's have a lot of flexibility in distributions so people can plan their withdrawls for periods where their income will be minimal.”
“You can also begin distributions as early as age 55 from your 401k without penalty if you leave your company in the year you attain age 55 or older.”
“That means converting may allow you to limit or avoid taxation of Social Security benefits that distributions from a traditional IRA might cause by hiking taxable income.”
“The rubes on the Left can't think in distributions”
“The basic installation of most mainstream Linux distributions is very easy, but a first time user might run into trouble when trying to depart from the defaults.”
“The flip to that is that OS developers (like me) have to make the two versions play nicely together within distributions because web developers want both flavors during transition.”
“More important than my personal tastes in Linux distributions is a base, fundamental question; Where will the reconciliation start?”
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