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How to Find Unclaimed Retirement Benefits

Money Talks News Logo By Ashley Chorpenning of Money Talks News | Slide 1 of 8: This story originally appeared on SmartAsset.com. Many employers offer retirement benefits, and some will even match their employees’ contributions. However, most people leave employers several times throughout their careers. In leaving one job and taking on another, some employees forget to take their 401(k) or other retirement accounts with them. If there’s a chance you have unclaimed retirement benefits but aren’t sure how to access them, here’s how to find your unclaimed retirement benefits. It’s not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter. Sponsored: How to find cheaper car insurance in minutes Getting a better deal on car insurance doesn’t have to be hard. You can have The Zebra, an insurance comparison site, compare quotes in just a few minutes and find you the best rates. Consumers save up to $670 per year, according to the site, so if you’re ready to secure your new rate, get started now.

How to Find Unclaimed Retirement Benefits

This story originally appeared on SmartAsset.com.

Many employers offer retirement benefits, and some will even match their employees’ contributions. However, most people leave employers several times throughout their careers.

In leaving one job and taking on another, some employees forget to take their 401(k) or other retirement accounts with them.

If there’s a chance you have unclaimed retirement benefits but aren’t sure how to access them, here’s how to find your unclaimed retirement benefits.

It’s not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter.

Sponsored: How to find cheaper car insurance in minutes

Getting a better deal on car insurance doesn’t have to be hard. You can have The Zebra, an insurance comparison site, compare quotes in just a few minutes and find you the best rates. Consumers save up to $670 per year, according to the site, so if you’re ready to secure your new rate, get started now.

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