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Changing Jobs

American workers are frequent job changers, with the average person holding eight or nine different jobs between the ages of 18 and 36. Sometimes opportunity is the catalyst; other times, fluctuations in the economy can drive a change in employment. Regardless of the reasons, it's important that you don't leave your retirement plan behind when you part ways with an employer. Having your money spread among previous employers makes it harder to keep your investments in line with your goals, more difficult to track your investments, and trickier to maintain appropriate diversification. Taking control of your retirement plan doesn't have to be complicated or time consuming.


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Evaluating a Job Offer

Home Office Deduction

This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended as tax or investment advice.

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