Can I take a one-time hardship withdraw from my 401(k) without having to pay taxes on it?

I've lost my job and the 401(k) has about $25,000 in it I'd like to access.

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Answered by Robert (Bob) Shoff, Financial Adviser in Marshfield, MA
It depends on the company that manages your 401(k), but there are usually loan options available with no tax. | 11.28.16 @ 18:51
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