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TJ Technology Professionals - Website Development and IT Services
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Taurus James is the owner and Sr. IT Specialist at TJ Technology Professionals, LLC, an Information Technology Services company. Taurus takes pride in being a "Master at your Service", handling everything from website design and development to custom programming to server and database administration.
The MachoSpouse.com website is actually powered by the TOROCMS content management system that Taurus built.
Taurus is also a musician/composer who creates "Moody instruMental Music" for commercial projects and personal enjoyment. Visit TaurusBeats.com to listen to the music Taurus creates and watch how he shares what he knows, globally, through his online video tutorials.
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[These aren't real questions that avid readers have sent in, yearning for my sage advice. I'm just paraphrasing some discussions I've had about money with family, friends, and co-workers]
I just changed jobs. Should I leave my 401(k) with my old employer, or roll it over to my new employer's 401(k) plan?
You shouldn't do either. You should rollover your old 401(k) into an IRA with low-cost mutual funds, like Vanguard. There are 2 main problems with 401(k) accounts in general: