A simple strategy can make retirement savings less complicated, no matter how many jobs you’ve held and accounts you’ve opened

A 401(k) rollover might sound complicated, but it just means moving retirement savings from one tax-advantaged retirement account to another. People often do this after leaving a job, to consolidate their retirement savings for easier record-keeping and sometimes, for more advantageous investments.  Many 401(k) plans are notorious for high fees and limited investment choices, and rollover options typically include a 401(k) with a new employer or a Rollover IRA of your choice. Visit BusinessInsider.com

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