Hey, that worked out...
June 16, 2014 11:05 AM Subscribe
I'm looking for stories about 401k withdrawals made under the age of 55 that didn't lead to any regret. I'm asking this because the "sane" thing to do with 401k-s always involves NEVER touching that money until retirement. So has anyone gone off this path and found out that it actually helped them out in the long run?
PLEASE (and I make this request humbly) refrain from answering if you want to give your opinion on why it's a bad idea, or how you touched that 401k money and it didn't work out. I'm really not interested in those answers. If you feel you must I don't begrudge you. Just know that you're not answering the question I posted.