You should be able to payoff your outstanding loan in your 401(k) account with your current employer by writing a check for the outstanding balance and interest. You will need to check with your HR department to find
Hi Melodie! I'm not quite sure what you are asking, so I'm guessing here. Did you want to know how to view your 401(k) account information and balance? If so, check with your Human Resources department. They will have information
I'd love to help you out on that question, but... you've not provided much information here, aside from your name and your question.
A couple of things that would help, is, who your employer (or previous employer)
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