What should I do with my old 401(k)?
If you are part of today’s highly mobile labor force, you’ll probably work at multiple companies during your career. As you move up the ladder, or change ladders altogether, it’s important to keep track of your retirement savings. Changing jobs often means deciding what to do with your old 401(k) account. Catherine Golladay, vice president of 401(k) Participant Services, has some tips for you in this quick video.
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