Absolutely. This will make it a lot easier to track and manage your investments. That should be reason enough to consolidate but it will also help to reduce fees (all 401ks have different fees associated with them) and provide you access to many more investment options. This will allow you to create your ideal portfolio for your situation and will also save you money from lower expense ratios. Many times the 401k investment options have higher expenses than other investment options outside of a 401k plan. You also gain a lot more flexibility. e.g. you could do a Roth conversion.
I wrote an article about this a week ago on MoneyTips. You can check it out here. https://www.moneytips.com/what-should-i-do-with-my-old-401k-know-your-options
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