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TMFPixy: "The "interest" you pay yourself on the loan is paid with after-tax or already taxed dollars. That "interest" is considered earnings in the plan. When withdrawals start, that "interest" will be taxed again. And that's simply another reason not to borrow from 401k or 403b or 457 or any other type of deferred compensation plan."

As I said in my other post, I think it irrelevant, and I have danced this dance with Pixy before. Enough said.

Regards, JAFO

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