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Use of Your IRA

blahgeetsablahgeetsa subscriber Posts: 1
edited September 2006 in Startup Funding
Hi Everyone,

I read earlier posts regarding hesitation is borrowing against one`s
funds, however...

Using a portion (not the whole enchilada) of your IRA account for under
$25,000 to fund the initial start up of your business seems like a smart
move to me. I think I read that borrowing funds from your IRA for 60 days
is penalty-free?

Anyone have experience with this?



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    blahgeetsablahgeetsa subscriber Posts: 1
    Thanks much!

    I also had a chat today with my accountant and he said the same thing...are
    you sure y`all weren`t practicing any mental telepathy? LOL.

    Also, he suggested I go the traditional loan route, which may be viable,
    given the small sum I`ll need.

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