Should You Cash Out Your 401k When Leaving a Job?

You might be thinking of cashing out your 401k when leaving a job. It can be especially tempting to do so in two circumstances: when there’s “only a little bit” in the 401k, and when there’s a whole lot of money in it. If you’re doing a hardship withdrawal as a last resort — such as to stave off foreclosure or feed your family — that can be another matter, but there are still things you should be aware of. » Read more

Are You Ready for More?

Ever have one of those days where you get home after yet another day of rushing around and think, “There’s got to be more to life than being busy all the time”? Or maybe the reverse is true for you — you find yourself listless and bored, aimlessly looking at the TV or the internet. You’re finding something to do, but it’s not really something you’re all that interested in. » Read more

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