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Why Younger Workers Might Want to Borrow From a 401(k)
The Wall Street Journal; subscription may be required Link to more items from this source
Mar. 17, 2014
"Instead of cashing in your 401(k), one tremendous option to potentially fund a new business is to set up your new corporation and create a Solo 401(k) plan. Since after leaving your employer you will not be able to borrow against your 401(k), rolling over your old employer-sponsored plan over to your new company Solo 401(k) will reopen your window to borrow your own cash."

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