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An excellent question that few would even think to ask. The IRR would eliminate NUA if the IRR was done after the last triggering event for NUA and before the LSD year. But you still have separation from service or reaching 59.5 as future NUA triggering events. Both will erase the effect of the IRR. Therefore, you can do the IRR and still utilize NUA after you separate from service. Be sure to not include appreciated employer shares in the IRR. See QA9 in Notice 2013-74.