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Repayment of Plan Loans on Termination of Employment Can Be Difficult
Benefits Bryan Cave Link to more items from this source
Apr. 25, 2014
"If a participant is not able financially to repay a plan loan on termination of employment, it's unlikely she is able financially to come up with the funds to contribute the loan offset amount into an IRA or other employer plan. In Private Letter Ruling 201407027, the financial institution providing administrative services for the plan did not inform the participant of the tax consequences of the loan default. Therefore, the IRS granted him a waiver of the 60-day rollover requirement to allow him to rollover the loan offset amount. That's good news for this taxpayer, but it still leaves many participants caught in a tough spot when they terminate employment with an outstanding plan loan."

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