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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.

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