Dec 22, 2021
Stash’s Guide to Your Career
By Stash Team
Suggestions on how to ask for a promotion or make a big job change.
When you get a new job, you might think the hard part is over.
But with a new job might come more income, retirement savings, and a whole new career ladder to climb. To help you navigate these shifts in your career, Stash has put together these resources especially for Direct Deposit users. Here, you can find out how to tactfully have a conversation about a promotion, what to do with your 401(k) when you get a new gig, and more.
Getting a raise is always exciting. But that doesn’t mean you should go on a spending spree. Consider adjusting your budget to save more.
Quitting? Fired? What about your 401(k)? We explain how to handle your contributions so far and detail what it takes to start a 401(k) rollover.
Freelance work or side-gigs such as Uber or Airbnb are popular ways to add side income. You could save more of that income by setting up an IRA.
Prepare a case for yourself ahead of time, and do your research.
Figure out how to make the most of your skills and understand professional changes you may have to make.
Investment advisory services offered by Stash Investments LLC, an SEC registered investment adviser. Investing involves risk and investments may lose value.
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