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Yeah, but you'd figure that it'd be on their fancy-shmancy online statement. I figured wrong. Digging up 4 years of paperwork aint fun. I suppose I can look at my paychecks for the contribution, but again, 4 years of mail...

I think you should be able to find your contribution on the final paycheck for each year. They usually total up the deductions somewhere on the paycheck.

Another possibility is your W-2. I beleive the W-2 form reflects the contributions you have made to a 401(k).

Just two possibilities to keep from going through 4 years worth of stuff.

Hope this helps.
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