Video: What Should You Do With Your Old 401K?
How many times have you changed jobs? A study from the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the average person will change jobs 10-15 times over the course of a career.
If you've changed jobs, chances are high that you've wondered what to do with your old 401(k). For many Americans, their 401(k)s are a primary source of wealth and savings.
In our latest edition of "What Would You Do," Sam Boyd and Matt Trogdon talk about the main options for handling 401(k)s from former employers.
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