I worked for helmrich and Payne oil field company for 1 year and paid into my 401k every pay check i am no longer with this company and wanted to no how much did I collect total and could I collect a portion of it so I could fix my credit and be able too buy a home for me and my new bride. Sincerely yours Mr. Clayton Wayne Dunn thank u!
Start by contacting your former employer's HR department. You are 100% vested in any money that you voluntarily contributed. You might be partially vested in money that your employer contributed for you. It all depends on the Plan documents. If you have money coming the administrator of the retirement plan will have a Request for Distribution Form that you must submit. You can also request a Rollover or Transfer of your retirement money to a new plan where you now work, or to an IRA. Distributions are generally taxable, while rollovers are not. This answer is general and several other facts need to be known. YOu need to get professional advice to maximize your options and to save money.
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