Leaving your job? Here are options for handling that unpaid 401(k) loan

You know you shouldn’t leave your 401(k) at your old job, but what if you have an unpaid 401(k) loan? In this article by Kiplinger, roughly 13% of 401(k) participants had an outstanding loan last year. Here are some options you may have.


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Source Article: https://www.cnbc.com/2022/06/07/leaving-your-job-heres-what-will-happen-to-that-401k-loan-you-have.html


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