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because you'll have to pay back or pay penalties if
you change your job

i believe Canth's 1st sentnence s/be

>> for paying off a school loan
Is the rate under 20%

If so I would just keep paying off the Loan at the minimum rate.

401(k) loan place a Very High price on changing jobs.
so... you have to love your job so much that you can't imagine stumbling across something better AND Know they love you so much they can't imagine laying you off;
OR borrow a small enough amount that the penalties will be trivial.

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