Retirement plans are supposed to be simple, but they are more complex than we’d like. That sometimes makes them seem so impossibly complicated that the best thing is just to do nothing. Doing nothing is precisely the wrong thing to do; the complexity isn’t nearly as complicated as it is sometimes made out to be. For example, what do you do with your retirement when you leave a job? For the answer to that question and more tips, read the full story on our sister site, Living on the Cheap.