Using your 401(k) to fund a new business venture

06/26/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

Your 401(k) can provide the capital necessary to get a business up and running, and you don't have to pay the tax penalties that come with cashing out in order to do it, writes Erik Sherman. He lays out the process, which involves setting up a C corporation, rolling over your 401(k) and investing in the new business.

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