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Why you should never use your 401(k) to pay off debt

Due to rising health care and higher education costs, the decline of pensions and stagnant salaries have all contributed to the number of people 65 and older who have filed for bankruptcy. Americans’ lack of retirement savings is putting them at a greater risk for bankruptcy in older age than previous generations. Yet for those struggling with debt often tap their 401(k) to pay it down, in an effort to honor their obligations and to stave off bankruptcy. Read attached article to find out why this is a mistake. Read article here…


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