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Why You Should Avoid 401(k) Loans

on Feb 17, 2015 in Stated Income Loans | Comments Off on Why You Should Avoid 401(k) Loans

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401k home loans?

on Apr 28, 2014 in Stated Income Loans | 1 comment

Question by ~*Stephanie S: 401k home loans? Is it a wise financial move to borrow from your 401k to pay for a home? Since the interest you pay on your 401k loan goes back into your 401k account to be invested and earn money for you, pilule it seems to me that it’s a very wise thing to do, viagra sale indeed. I wondered if maybe I’m not seeing the big picture, though? Best answer: Answer by c hYou lose the money that would have been gained in the account. So your basically paying yourself interest, likely above mortgage rates instead of getting the increases from the stock, mutual funds, etc. in the account. Give your answer to this question below! 401k home...

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How can I get money out of my 401k for a home downpayment without child support taking it first?

on Jan 17, 2013 in Stated Income Loans | 5 comments

Question by tvan: How can I get money out of my 401k for a home downpayment without child support taking it first? I need a down payment for a home loan due to a separation. The child support agency takes any money I am entitled to. Tax refunds, for sale severance pay, pilule etc. My 401k is all I have left to put a down payment on a home. Is there anyway to get around the child support nazis and get the money to a bank for a downpayment? Best answer: Answer by rtfmThe child support agency only takes the money your *CHILDREN* are entitled to. It might mean renting for a while instead of buying, ambulance while you get your legal obligations to your family taken care of. If that’s what it means, then that’s what you have to do. Taking money out of your 401(k) for *any* reason is a bad idea anyway. You’ll pay regular income tax rates on what you withdraw, *plus* another 10 percent penalty. And then you’ll wind up with no money to live on once you retire. It’s just a really poor choice. Add your own answer in the comments! How can I get money out of my 401k for a home downpayment without child support taking it...

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