When You Leave Your Job, Do You Roll Over Your 401(k)?

When you leave a job, you pack up all your personal items, but what do you do with your 401(k) plan? If you are like most people you roll the money over to an IRA to gain access to more investment options, have more control over the account, and won’t lose track of an account that might have been left behind. However, a rollover isn’t always the right move; sometimes it’s best to simply leave the money where it is.  Sandra Block, Senior Associate Editor for Kiplinger explores the pros and cons of rolling your 401(k) into an IRA. Read article here…

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