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I have about $6k in company stock in my 401k. It's a good stock, but as soon as they allowed my matching to be transferred to the other funds at the beginning of the year, I did so, with diversification in mind.

My question is, if I retire in say 10-15 years and want to do the NUA, will the plan administrator know/inform me of my cost basis or will I have to get the records together and keep track of it myself?

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