What To Do If You’ve Left Your 401(k) An Orphan

2017-05-21 19_33_47-Three Gold Bars Against Dark Background · Free Stock PhotoAccording to the Bipartisan Policy Center, there are approximately 25 million orphaned retirement accounts – i.e. accounts left with former employers – in existence today. If one (or more) of these accounts belongs to you, what’s the best way of handling these abandoned funds? Today’s article looks at the pros and cons of three options – keeping the 401(k) with the former employer, rolling it over to an IRA, or rolling it over to a current employer’s plan. To read more, CLICK HERE.