: 3 reasons not to leave your 401(k) behind when you retire


Should you stay or should you go?

When you retire, should you move your 401(k) out of the company when you walk out the door? There’s three good arguments to keeping your 401(k) assets with you when you leave, rather than leaving them with your former employer.

Leaving behind your assets comes with some risk, potentially higher fees than you…

This article was originally published by Marketwatch.com. Read the original article here.

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