The average American will change jobs 12 times. Searching for a better quality of life, workplace benefits or change of scenery has led Americans to move careers, with frequency.
But what happens to their old 401(k) account? Help your employees understand their four options. Share this helpful infographic that breaks down the pros and cons of each distribution.
Frank P. Zocco, Jr., CFP®, AIF®, CRPS®
Jacobs Financial Partners, LLC
95 Glastonbury Blvd, Suite 210
Glastonbury, CT 06033
Investment Adviser Representative offering securities and advisory services through Cetera Advisor Networks LLC, member FINRA / SIPC, a broker-dealer and registered investment adviser. Cetera is under separate ownership from any other named entity.
Distributions from traditional IRA's and employer sponsored retirement plans are taxed as ordinary income and, if taken prior to reaching age 59 ½, may be subject to an additional 10% IRS tax penalty. All investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal. There is no assurance that any investment strategy will be successful. For a comprehensive review of your personal situation, always consult with a tax or legal advisor. Neither Cetera Advisor Networks LLC nor any of its representatives may give legal or tax advice.
This information was developed as a general guide to educate plan sponsors and is not intended as authoritative guidance or tax/legal advice. Each plan has unique requirements. Consult your attorney or tax advisor for guidance on your specific situation.
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