How can you transfer your retirement savings today to have more control over them tomorrow? You have choices when it comes to your 401(k), and depending upon your personal finances and retirement goals, some of those choices may be better than others. This guide was designed to help you decide what to do with your 401(k) when you change jobs.
You have choices when it comes to your 401(k), and, depending upon your personal finances and retirement goals, some of those choices may be better than others.
Some options will give you more control over your money than others. The choice you are about to make is extremely important, and will directly affect your level of retirement income.
Either form of IRA may present you with potential advantages. The contribution and withdrawal rules differ, and so does the tax treatment of contributions and withdrawals.
There are pros and cons to rolling over a 401(k) to an IRA. Learn your options. Typically, you have more control over the money that have accumulates if you transfer it to an IRA.
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