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The Dreaded 401(k) Penalty Clause

Are you skipping 401(k) contributions because you’re afraid you might have to pay the 10% early withdrawal penalty? It’s not such a big deal. It seems to me that quite a few people have made a conscious decision not to contribute to their 401(k) accounts. People with plans for early retirement don’t want their money […] The post The Dreaded 401(k) Penalty Clause appeared first on The Biglaw Investor.
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