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THanks for the reply. I wasn't suggesting she would lose another 6k from the 13k she still has, only that she would have to pay the taxes and penalty on the 6k loan (assuming default) in addition to the taxes and penalty for the 13k when that is withdrawn.

She is now retired so I don't know how that affects the ability to default on the loan.
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