Trading in and out of the stock inside your 401(k) eliminates a powerful planning tool called Net Unrealized Appreciation (NUA). It allows favorable tax treatment of appreciated company stock rolled out of a 401(k).
You asked if the Admins can regulate this withdrawal. The answer has two parts:
An in-service withdrawal is just what it sounds like - a withdrawal from your retirement account while you are still
I remember talking to 2 prospects after Enron collapsed, they were following a similiar strategy and they lost most of their money. IF you think no one can take a company down watch the rogue trader. A single person took
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