What to do with your 401(k) when you change jobs
By Jillian Harding
Depending on your level of comfort with investing, you should shop around and compare different types of IRAs, or consult a financial adviser before selecting a plan.
“There are plenty of nonintimidating options. A simple robo adviser can be set up in a matter of minutes online. If you want a little more hand-holding, many advisers are out there,” Nick Holeman, certified financial planner at Betterment told CBS MoneyWatch.