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When you leave a job, you leave behind friends, coworkers and memories — and, possibly your 401(k).

If your account is large enough, you have several options for your 401(k) when you change jobs: leave it parked with your former employer, cash it in, or roll it over to an IRA or your new employer’s plan. Making the right choice can be critical for your financial future.

Read more about what to do with your 401(k) in Your Money in Sunday Business.


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