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I no longer work at my teaching job and am on an extended leave of absence to care for an ill family member. I have not given a resignation. Do I have to quit my job completely, before I can transfer any of my (403b)funds?

I contacted the man who set me up with my TSA (403b)accounts for a number of years. He seemed hesitant to give me the names of the funds and the account numbers in full.

I am not sure how to find this information for myself: what this *agent* surely must know. He asked me for my social security number. He said many of the companies do not send him statements, but it seems to me that there is a chance that these funds would perhaps pay a *fee* to him at the time of set-up or even yearly?

In the past, I have not always watched after financial accounts as I really should have. Is there a place that I can go to see if perhaps I have left an account or two *out there* that would be possible to retrieve now? perhaps a website that does social security searches?

Just beginning this quest to find my funds, and any help would be much appreciated! ~julie
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