That's definitely a bad idea! You would not only pay income tax on the money you take from the 401k but a 10% penalty as well.If at all possible, leave the money where it is and pay off your credit card debt out of income. Put yourself on a budget and concentrate on the credit card until it's paid off. And don't use it any more.I know that sounds pretty hard to do but you'll thank yourself in the long run.Good luck!
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