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Peter C. Karp Level 20
Cedric Withdrawing funds from your 401(k) depends on your particular circumstances. If you are still employed at the company you may be able to take a loan or hardship withdrawal if your plan allows for either of the those. ...(more)
1 hour ago
Brian Kuhn CFP® Level 16
Hi there thanks for reaching out. You need to contact the human resources department of your former employer or the investment provider of the 401(k) plan. The contact information for the 401(k) provider can be found on your ...(more)
6 hours ago
Brian Kuhn CFP® Level 16
Hi there thanks for reaching out. You need to contact the human resources department of your former employer or the investment provider of the 401(k) plan. The contact information for the 401(k) provider can be found on your ...(more)
6 hours ago
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