Paying Back a 401k Loan?


After you leave a job, a 401k loan is typically due immediately. However, most employers will work with you and set up some sort of payment plan. You will want to get a plan in place asap to avoid being sued.
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According to the 401k help center if you withdraw a loan the will take money out of your paychecks in order to get paid back. If you are no longer working you ...
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