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Job turnover is at a historic high, with 4.5 million Americans quitting their jobs in late 2021, according to ABC News. For employees who’ve recently started a new role, the question of what to do with your 401(k) from a previous employer can feel intimidating—but managing your retirement investments doesn’t need to be complicated.

Let’s break down what smart management of your retirement funds looks like, and what to do with that old 401(k) now that you’re in a new role.

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