I have company stock in my 401k. I'm 54 currently, when i turn 55, my company allows a one time 25% "divesture" of my 401k. Something like a one time in-service rollover.
If I do this will it be considered a "intervening distribution" and disallow me from doing NUA on my company stock when I retire at age 58 and separate service?
What if I do the 25% divesture when 55, retire when i'm 58 (triggering event 1), DO NO MORE DISTRIBUTIONS, and then wait until i'm 59.5 (triggering event 2), and then move part of the company stock to a NQ account while doing a LSD of everything else into an IRA? Would this be permitted with NUA rules?