VIDEO | 5 Financial Moves to Make When You Change Jobs

Published on Sep 6, 2012

Whether you leave your employer or your employer leaves you, changing jobs can be one of those transitional phases where you can reassess what is happening with your overall financial plan. SEE THE FULL STORY HERE – – Many people who make a job change for a better salary don’t often take the time to assess the benefits package from their new employer. This makes a ton of sense as typically the first three to six months in a new position you are immersed with the learning curve of a new role at a new company. It doesn’t leave time to review the details of the benefits package you receive. This is why having a Private CFO® or aC by your side can be a valuable resource to make these important decisions. Here are five financial moves to make when you change jobs.


About the author  ⁄ Ted Jenkin @ Your Smart Money Moves

Ted Jenkin @ Your Smart Money Moves


My friends and family all think I’m a workaholic, but I say I’m just a guy that loves to help people do better in life.

My mother is still the only one that calls me by my real name Theodore Michael, my wife calls me Teddy, but for the rest of you it is just plain old Ted.

Ever since I was a little kid, I always loved money and being an entrepreneur. In fact, I still have cassette tapes of me talking to my grandmother at the age of five and my mother tells me all the time how much I played with money as a kid...

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Ted Jenkin is a frequent guest columnist for the Wall Street Journal and Headline News Weekend Express. He is the co-CEO of oXYGen Financial. You can follow him on LinkedIn @ or on Twitter @tedjenkin.

Securities offered through Kestra Investment Services, LLC (Kestra IS), member FINRA/SIPC. Investment advisory services offered through Kestra Advisory Services, LLC (Kestra AS), an affiliate of Kestra IS. oXYGen Financial is not affiliated with Kestra IS or Kestra AS. Kestra IS and Kestra AS do not provide tax or legal advice.

The opinions expressed in this commentary are those of the author and may not necessarily reflect those held by Kestra Investment Services, LLC or Kestra Advisory Services, LLC. This is for general information only and is not intended to provide specific investment advice or recommendations for any individual. It is suggested that you consult your financial professional, attorney, or tax advisor regarding your individual situation. 

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