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Think about the last time you started a new job. It was an exciting time, right? A new job is an opportunity to start fresh. It's the time to enter a new office, hone new skills, brew new coffee, greet new coworkers, and most importantly, open a new retirement plan. Many of us have started a new career and wondered what to do with the 401(k) from our last job. We worked hard to save and don't want to sacrifice it with an avoidable mistake. Read on for three ways you can handle your old 401(k) to keep your savings safe—and one thing to avoid!