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When you are finally hired for a new position (using our steps, of course!), you may have to consider rolling over your 401(k). Rolling over a 401(k) means transferring the retirement savings you had through your former employer to a new account, which could be a 401(k), an IRA or a Roth IRA.
Resumes, cover letters and thank you notes are the worst part of the job application process. We get that, so we pulled together some tools, tips and tricks to make the process just a little easier for you.
At She Spends, we’re all about practical advice. We’re excited by New Year’s resolutions, but we want to make sure our resolutions are things we can achieve in a year. Here is our guide to achieving some money and career resolutions.
Your investment accounts, like a 401(k), may profit off private prisons or fracking. Rather than shrugging it off, millennials are increasingly moving toward socially responsible investments or ESG (environmental, social and governance) investing.
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We hear your concerns about investing — many readers have shared that they’re unsure where to start — so we’re partnering with Ellevest, a digital investment platform, to bridge that gap for our readers. For every free investment plan She Spends readers create, we receive $25 while you grow your wealth.