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Get the value of your account 1 year ago. Calculate how much of the $6199.85 is due to additional contributions or employer matching and how much is due to investment experience.

To calculate your approximate return for the last 12 mo, divide your investment gain for the year by the sum of your account balance one year ago plus one half the sum of your contributions and employer match during the last 12 months.

This should give you a number to compare with the S&P.

Best of luck to you.
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