Hi Laura, There are numerous ways in which you might go about finding the balance of your 401(k). Unless you opted out of paper statements at some point, you should receive a statement with your balance from the 401(k) plan
Jonathan provided you with a great answer and good details. I totally agree. My real concern is who is actually making the suggestion that you do not participate in the match, the TPA, or the firm? Are they saying they
There has been a lot of good advice here already so I am not going to repeat most of the thoughts but wanted to emphasize one thing. I used to insure Fiduciary Liability exposures for a global insurance company and
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