Mansel, call the number on your 401(k) statement to get your beneficiary information. If statement is not available, contact your employer's Human Resource person to get number or information. Hope this helps.
Sounds to me like you have a lot of puzzle pieces (aka your 30+ stock funds) and no idea how they all fit together into your overall financial picture. As others have suggested, a good financial advisor will discuss your
I think anytime you can consolidate your investments and number of various accounts down in to one managed IRA account makes investing and monitoring your funds so much easier. Today's technology when used by a fee-based
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