The Events that Can Trigger a 401(k) Rollover Event
Published: September 20, 2023
Brennan McKean, CPFA™ Retirement Plan Specialist, and Financial Advisor takes 2 minutes to explain the events that can lead to a 401(k) rollover and the options you have when those things occur.
- Termination of service or leaving your current job.
- Retirement from the workforce.
- Reaching retirement age while still working.
If you're facing one of these events or just want to discuss your 401(k) and retirement plan options, reach out to Brennan today.
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