[SPOILER ALERT, for those of you who may see the movie Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, the below reveals an important scene]
The critical question of what happens to 401(k) accounts when men join sororities is addressed by Seth Rogen's movie Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. In a key scene from the movie, when Zac Efron's Terry is told by Chloë Grace Moretz's Shelby that he's getting thrown out of the sorority (lonnnng story), we get the following exchange -
Shelby: We just voted. And we decided it's best for you if you go.
Shelby: Just now. With our phones.
Terry: What - no? No- you can't do this to me. I thought we were sisters. We were supposed to be a team. Why is this happening? You can't do this to me.
Shelby: I, uh . . .
Terry: I quit my job!
Shelby: Well, we didn't tell you to do that.
Terry: I liquidated ["liquidated" - wow!!] my 401(k) for this.
Shelby: What's a 401(k)?
Terry: I don't know - now.[*]
* And then, by the way, they went on to address the arguably related aging-workforce issue, as follows -
Shelby: Look, I'm so happy that you helped us get this place that we're in. You let really let us spread our wings and fly as women.
Terry: This is all I have. I thought we were in this together.
Shelby: You're not like us, dude. You're an old person.
(By the way, Efron's about 29-years old. Argh. Shades of Dee Wallace's "old" 31ish Mary Lewis from the Bo Derek/Dudley Moore movie 10.)