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Should I roll over my 401(k) when I move to a new job — and if so, how? What to know about rolling over your retirement accounts

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Should I roll over my 401(k) when I move to a new job — and if so, how? What to know about rolling over your retirement accounts

There are plenty of reasons why rolling retirement assets from one account to another makes sense, but there are also plenty of questions to ask and answer before making that decision. Investors may decide to move money from one retirement plan to another because they’re switching jobs, or because they found a better investment opportunity in another account. Retirement tip of the week: Wondering if you should roll over an old 401(k) plan or merge a few different retirement accounts?