How to Find a Lost 401(k) And What To Do Next!
There are trillions of dollars being left behind in forgotten 401(k) plans in America. That is a lot of money! If you have had several jobs over the years, then you may have left behind your 401(k) when you changed employers. It can be hard to keep track of all of your retirement accounts, but it’s important to know where your money is. We cover how to locate your lost 401(k) and what you need to do next.
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How to Use Your 401(k) to Retire Early
Because of the rules and requirements around 401(k)s, most people don’t think of this retirement plan as a useful tool when they’re on a mission to retire early. But failing to optimize your plan could mean missing a huge opportunity to grow wealth and achieve an early retirement goal.
Should I Complete A 401k Rollover
by Philip Weiss, Apprise Wealth Management
It’s rare that any of us work for the same employer for our entire careers. When you took advantage of your employer’s retirement plan, you have choices. One option is to complete a 401k rollover. But most of us don’t know what to do. Uncertainty causes many of us to take the easy way out. We leave the funds where they are. The choice reminds me of an old song by The Clash.
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