I worked for a company between 2010-2014, and have an established retirement plan through T. Rowe Price which they matched into. In 2014, I changed jobs and had a new retirement plan opened under Charles Schwab. I now have two 401(k) accounts (both traditional and roth in each).
My T. Rowe Price doesn't have a ton of money in it, about $24,000 -- it's return since inception is 12.73%.
My Schwab account is my active 401(k) with employer matching. The funds in this one is about double my T. Rowe Price account, and the return since inception is 11.24%~
Should I consider consolidating these two accounts into a single account (likely my current account through Schwab), or are there potential upsides to keeping these chunks of money separate for now?