Catching Up Very Outdated 401k


C

Charles Goodman

I haven't updated my 401k in Quicken in a VERY long time. Any general tips
on how to easily catch it up? I don't mind losing some of the historical
valuation/net worth stuff if it means not going through a dozen+ quaterly
statements. Its been so long since I've updated that I can't remembe all of
the steps or how it works. I've also upgraded Quicken a couple of times
since I updated my 401k, so they steps may even have changed. What I'd
really like to do is just take my last statement and update it based on
that. Is that possible? Is it a bad idea?

Thanks for the help.

Charles
 
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