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403(B)/ TSA Plans

Borrowing From A TSA

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If your plan allows, you can borrow up to the lesser of 50% of the value of your account or $50,000.

The maximum term for the loan is five years. If you borrow to buy a principal residence, you can pay it back over a longer period of time. 

If you are thinking about borrowing from your TSA account, be sure to read Borrowing Money From A 401K, TSA Or Other Defined Contribution Retirement Plan

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