How do I access my 401k account?
Contact former employer
Contacting your former employer is the fastest way to find your old 401(k). The company's HR department should have records of your retirement account and can advise you on how to access it or roll it over if that's what you decide to do.
How do I find my 401k plan administrator?
The Plan Administrator can be found in the Summary Plan Description or on Form 5500, which you can request a free copy of through the Department of Labor's website.
How do I contact 401k?
You can contact the 401(k) Fund Office as follows: Phone: 1-800-424-9608 (participants); 202-785-2658 (others). Our phones are open Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time. E-mail: Send inquiries to [email protected]
What type of account is my 401k?
A 401(k) plan is a company-sponsored retirement account that employees can contribute income, while employers may match contributions. There are two basic types of 401(k)s—traditional and Roth—which differ primarily in how they're taxed.