Leaving a Job? How to Decide If You Should Do a 401(k) Rollover or Not

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Most of us have worked for a company that offered 401(k) plans to their employees. In fact, you and I have likely worked for multiple companies that provide this benefit. And as a result, you might have a number of 401(k) plans to your name if you opened an account with each employer.

That’s not necessarily a bad thing. After all, most people should always use a 401(k) if their employer offers one — even if the employer doesn’t match. 401(k)s are powerful tax-advantaged accounts that you should take advantage of, whether or not your company chips in, too [Cont.]

Source: Kiplinger