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If you leave your place of employment, the remaining balance of your 401(k) loan will be treated as a withdrawal and you will owe tax, and possibly penalties (if under 59.5) on the amount outstanding
So, yes - the $24,800 will be deducted from the $186,000
There are no IRA loans, so you will no longer have to make the loan payment, although you will pay tax on the amount drawn out
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For NY State, filing Single 1, what would that amount be (approximately - I will not hold you to it)
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As a Single 1, living in NYS, can you give me an approximation (I will not hold you to it) of what I would pay in income taxes? I will be 62 next January