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Now that you have changed jobs, what do you do with your old 401(k)?

Ignoring your past employer’s 401(k) can be easy but rolling it over to an IRA could be just as easy and more beneficial in the long run.

Now that you have changed jobs, what do you do with your old 401(k)?

Budget Yourself

List out your monthly expenses and income in order to determine your monthly cash flow.

Choose your Health Plan

Talk to your new HR rep to enroll in the new plan

Build up an Emergency Fund

Aim to have 3-6 months of salary in savings

Get your Retirement In Order

Determine the best course of action with your old plan and implement. Then find out if your new employer offers a plan and begin contributing.

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Blue Bell Private Wealth Management is a fee-only investment management firm located in suburban Philadelphia.

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The team at Blue Bell Private Wealth Management is small enough to offer our clients personalized investment services, while being large enough to access investments typically reserved for Institutional / High Net-worth Individuals.

Neither Blue Bell Private Wealth Management nor any of its employees provide legal, tax or accounting advice. You should consult your legal or tax advisors before making any financial decisions. Keep in mind that investing involves risk. The value of your investment will fluctuate over time and you may gain or lose money. Be sure to consider all your available options and the applicable fees and features of each before moving your retirement assets.