Consolidating Your Retirement Accounts PC1330-Digital

RETIREMENT PLANNING

RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS

Consolidating Your Retirement Accounts

Putting your retirement savings in one place helps you keep an eye on the big picture. The average Baby Boomer will change jobs more than 11 times in his or her lifetime. * Problem is, people tend to leave their old 401(k)s behind when they switch employers. That’s one reason Americans often find themselves juggling a number of different workplace retirement accounts. “There is no instant portability or universality to 401(k)s and

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