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My experience is that if you make payments to your 401K loan out of your paycheck the interest on this is actually going back into your Acct.! In other words your paying your self interest.So I would verify that is what's happening first, then determine what course to take.
If the interest is going to you( and it's probably 10%)
pay off the CC debit that is charging you 5.9% and keep paying the 401K payment out of your check. Talk to your 401k administrator!
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