Is there any tax implication for using the 401(k) account?
Date: Wed, 08/07/2013 05:04
I'll get retired by the end of this year. I'm currently living in a rental apartment in Winfield, Alabama. I wish to buy a house in Spanish Fort and shift there. I have saved money in 401(k) account. I want to use the money for purchasing the house. Can you please explain the 401(k) distributions? Is there any tax implication?
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