[Taken from the Library of Bob]
US News & World Report
By Kristin McFarlandNov. 9, 2018
Most investors don't realize the drawbacks of ignoring an old 401(k) or understand their options.
MANY WORKERS LEAVE A 401(k) or 403(b) retirement plan behind after switching jobs for one of two reasons: they didn't know what to do with the account or they never got around to calling the plan provider to have the funds rolled over into an individual retirement account. For individuals in industries where turnover is common (such as biotech), leaving behind a string of old retirement investment plans can become a real problem – potentially impacting your retirement goals.
In most instances, rolling funds out of an old 401(k) plan and into an IRA only takes a matter of minutes. However, for some investors, the sticking point stems from a murky understanding of the drawbacks of keeping funds in old retirement plans.
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