401k Rollover Options
In this post I’ll be covering your options when you leave an employer and what to do with your old 401k.
Let’s look at a few considerations.
You can keep your old 401k if…
• It’s well managed and has low cost to you
Rolling over is better if…
• You want much more investment and inheritance options
Typically rolling over is the better option for most people but every individual situation in unique and requires a detailed analysis.
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