The answer will only be Yes if you follow the correct legal procedures and processes.
If you do not follow the correct legal procedures and processes then the answer to some of the above could quite easily be NO.
At 25 years old, you are probably taking your first steps in your journey towards financial freedom. Lenders consider your 401k as part of your reserves, so losing ~40% of it through liquidation will be a huge hit.
real estate) with your 401k without taking the penalty.
Rather than having your 401k held with a financial advisor and being diversified amongst asset classes that return ~7% annually, you can move it to a self-directed IRA or a solo 401k to manage yourself.
The decision to liquidate a Limited company must be made by the Directors and Shareholders.
We do not make any recommendations or advise Directors to liquidate.