Evaluating a new job offer

New job offer? Congratulations. But before you make any decisions, it pays to do a side-by-side financial comparison.

Comparing a new job offer to your current job is about more than chasing the higher salary. Complex benefits packages, potential tax consequences, and even benefits you may be leaving on the table are all things you should be considering before making a change. Use our Job Offer Evaluator to get a better understanding of the big picture.

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  • Career Planning
  • Changing Jobs
  • Career Planning
  • Changing Jobs
  • Career Planning
  • Changing Jobs
  • Career Planning
  • Changing Jobs
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