Partners crack 401(k) nest egg for start-up money

Fraser, Jill Andresky
May 1997
Inc.;May97, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p25
Examines using one's 401(k) retirement fund as an investment. The example of Jim O'Brien and partners, who founded Print Management Partners with money from their combined 401(k) plans when banks would not finance their loans; The difficulty in accessing the money in a 401(k) for investment; Stock options in 401(k) plans; Corporate stock as the largest investment concentration in 401(k)s; Comments from O'Brien.


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