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Author: PoorTaxpayer Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 121219  
Subject: $10K withdrawl Date: 1/31/2000 10:35 PM
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Using the law citing in an article here, you can withdraw $10K without getting the extra 10% kick when you purchase a new home. Is it possible to extract that same amount of money but do it as a Home Improvement Loan? Thank you for the advice.
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Subject: Re: $10K withdrawl Date: 2/1/2000 6:28 AM
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<< Using the law citing in an article here, you can withdraw $10K without getting the extra 10% kick when you purchase a new home. Is it possible to extract that same amount of money but do it as a Home Improvement Loan? >>

No.

Phil Marti
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