As Curt said, HR contact is the best place to start. If you have an old statement available, it will probably have an 800 number you can call also. Balances are usually available on a plan provider's website, but of course
This is an example for a reason NOT to leave your 401k at an OLD employer ... an uninterested HR department in past employees. Hopefully you have an old statement for your old 401k (or remember who was managing the 401k if
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