You should be receiving periodic statements from the investment provider of your 401(k) plan. Contact your current employer’s HR department and they should be able to provide you with information about your account. If you are looking for the 401(k) account balance from a former employer, you will need to contact them to find out your balance and how to access your account.
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Jerode - You should contact your plan administrator (get the number from your HR department) who should be able to give you the estimated value of your account and ensure that you receive periodic statements. Good luck to you.