Congrats, Chemist. And welcome to the club which will change your life for the better.
I recall my final days in 2008 getting all the post-retirement paperwork done. That included how to separately handle the different parts of my 401(k)/savings plan/ESOP with rather complex instructions, some of which I had to prepare days before my last day.
Once all the money soon arrived in different forms (rollover check, electronic transfers), I made a trip to my local Fidelity office to get my money working for me, instead of the other way around LOL!
I am glad to see you play bridge. I used to play it more back in the 1980s and 1990s but lost interest in playing it competitively, choosing Scrabble (see my username?) instead. But I still know how to play and reread several bridge puzzle books I bought back then and play on the computer once in a while.