You might also call the HR departments at both companies. They should be able to steer you to the plan providers and help you access your funds. Once you have located your accounts, then you must decide what to do with the
If you have statements for the accounts, try calling the company who is sending them to you and requesting access. If you need more assistance than that, try finding a local fee-only advisor (like myself) who can give you
Advisor (RIA Channel) sold 529 plans pay sales fees to the IAR who sell them, just like a mutual fund. This is why they almost all cost more than direct sold 529 plans, particularly the low-cost direct sold 529s.
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