cash out


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cash out

To liquidate an asset.
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Properly structured, a cash out arrangement can allow owners to have their cake and eat it.
Hewitt's study shows that younger workers are more likely to cash out their 401(k) account than those who are older and more tenured.
The Total View reveals that participants of defined contribution (DC) plans serviced by The Principal are less likely to cash out from their employers' retirement plans when they change jobs or retire.
At the same time, the automatic rollover rules are intended to curb the high cash out rates for smaller balances and help American workers keep more of the dollars invested in qualified retirement accounts.