When you leave your employer to start a new job or retire, there's no doubt you're dealing with change and the stress that goes along with it. With everything you have to think about, deciding what to do with your accumulated retirement savings is probably the last thing on your mind. But it's the one decision you can't afford to put off.
The Results Last a Lifetime
That money you've worked so hard to save will probably be one of your biggest sources of income during your retirement.
You're facing an important choice: what to do with your retirement savings. And what you decide now will shape your future quality of life. It could mean the difference between enjoying a comfortable retirement and struggling to make ends meet.
You have several options to choose from and it's important that you know the facts before you make a decision. Discuss your options with your financial advisor to ensure that you are choosing the one that's right for your own situation.
Know Your Options
You can do one of four things with the money you've accumulated in your employer's plan:
|1. Take the Cash.||2. Transfer the money to your new employer's plan.|
|3. Leave the money in your employer's plan.||4. Roll the Money into an OppenheimerFunds IRA.|
1. Hypothetical example assumes a 28% federal tax rate, a 5% state tax rate and a 10% early withdrawal penalty tax. Your tax rates may be higher or lower.
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