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Rand Paul to bill criminal allow free 401(k) withdrawals to pay off student loans

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Republican sen. Rand Paul is to allow the introduction of Federal legislation to the individual, to help money from your 401(k), pay down student loan debt.

Sen Rand Paul, R-Ky., said on Thursday, to allow his new law, 401(k) withdrawals without penalty for college debt is more likely than 2020 Democrats ” proposal for the elimination of debt and the creation of a “free school” system.

According to The Institute for College access & success, last year the average student of $30,000 owed almost, after the completion of. Student loan debt in the United States has reached a record high of more than $1.6 trillion.

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION COLLECTED LOANS 45,801 CHEATED STUDENTS, ALMOST 3 TIMES MORE THAN ESTIMATED

The said on “Fox & Friends” host Steve Doocy, Paul, that the draft law would allow, not only with money already in the IRA, but, above all, money.

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“So, let’s say, you’re already paying your student loans off you to pay with pre-tax dollars. This would make it possible to take that money, put it in the 401(k) and pay with tax dollars,” he explained.

“But also, when you save… it allows each parent to set of $5,000, and the child put in the value of $5,000 for over 15,000 U.S. dollars a year, added to the tax-free,” Paul. “So, essentially, college is tax-free forever. The, depending on your tax bracket, is approximately 20 to 30 percent reduction in the price of the school.”

Paul told Doocy that, if passed, his bill would happen to the “most dramatic thing, the tuition fees and the support of the students pay, is it really in the history of the involvement of the government at all.”

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Paul said that should start alarm bells, if someone offers you something for nothing “, because there is no free lunch”, and argues that, by 2020, Democrats ” programs would have to be paid for by massive taxes on the working class and the middle class-something many candidates, such as Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., have vehemently denied.

“We have not required that. Our simply says, ” If you want to save, we will not tax you said is on the money, and you can make the payment for the college,'”, Paul.

“I think that this actually has a chance. Free college education — which is not really free-has no chance on Capitol Hill,” he concluded.

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