Planned or unplanned, changing jobs impacts many aspects of your life. We can help keep you on track by reviewing your insurance, investment, tax and possible lifestyle changes associated with the transition.
This video discusses issues related to your retirement accounts when you move on from your job.
Life can present pressing circumstances that require access to your retirement funds. Most IRA withdrawals are taxable as income, so it's important to know which withdrawals avoid the additional 10% early withdrawal penalty.
Our first priority is helping you take care of yourself and your family. Here's a situation that may be similar to yours:
Susan is 50 years old and she just learned that her company will be laying her off in two months. She will need to determine where she will get health insurance, what to do with her existing 401(k) and company pension plan and what impact this loss of income will have on her original plan to retire at 65. Susan will need help in reviewing all of her options so she can focus her time and effort on finding a new job.
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