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Switching jobs? Don't forget that 401(k) plan

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Whether you're a millennial thinking about moving from one job to another, or a veteran of the workforce making a career change, financial experts say it's key to know your options when it comes to the 401(k) plan you've set up with the employer you're leaving.

Some workers just leave the money in their former firm's 401(k) plan.

This option is recommended for people who are not savvy about 401(k) investments and are trying to avoid making a rash decision. However, a decision about where to move the 401(k) should be made within six months, according to certified financial planner Rianka Dorsainvil, the founder of fee-only financial planning firm Your Greatest Contribution.

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