Question by  silvscorp (12)

How can I get my 401k information?

Who do I call?


Answer by  Freddie12 (77)

Many company plans are administered by outside entities. The human resources department or specialist within your company should be able to refer you to a website or toll-free number.


Answer by  Chaneygirl (1755)

I would start with your human resources person at work. If you have 401k statements, there should be a contact number of the company handling the investments.


Answer by  misterhrcpins (455)

You should have a contact person at work who can give you all the information. Even if you have left your previous employer; if you call the company they should have someone who can assist you with any questions you may have. If you know the management company you could try calling their general number as well.


Answer by  FinanceGuy (82)

Most companies contract with a third-party administrator for their 401k. The first step would be to look at your 401k statements or material that you were provided when you signed-up. If that does not work, I suggest calling your company's HR department and see if they can provide some information.


Answer by  ravot (21)

Call the company who holds your 401k. If you don't know the company, call your employers Human Resources. You'll need your social security, date of birth& mailing address.

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