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Subject: Re: 401(k) withdraw home purchase Date: 4/17/1999 6:23 PM
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Does your plan even allow for hardship withdrawals?

Do you realize a hardship withdrawal will allow you to withdraw only your contributions, but none of your income on those investments?

Or, are you considering a loan from the plan? That's usually limited to a 5 year payback unless you can convince your plan administrator to make a loan with the house as collateral (mortgage) and it's still limited to 15 years.
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