Hello. I need my Empower Retirement credentials be connected to: https://participant.empower-retirement.com . Could you help me with that?

Hello. I need my Empower Retirement credentials be connected to: https://participant.empower-retirement.com . Could you help me with that? My company, Apple Inc., recently moved their 401k website there. When I contacted Empower Retirement about Mint not working, they said it should be compatible with Mint, and if it doesn't work to use the chat now function to request the above URL be connected. The URL I login to is: https://myapple401k.empower-retirement.com/participant/#/login?accu=Apple Thanks!

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Bad news. I also work for Apple and had my retirement plan moved to Empower, but even before that my husband's 401k (through Safeway) has been with Empower. Mint has never made it possible to sign into Empower retirement accounts on its site. Empower has mandatory 2 step verification and, while you can log into Empower retirement accounts on USAA, PersonalCapital.com, Buxfer, & Yodlee, for several years we've been asking Mint to make it possible to add Empower accounts to no avail. Every time they simply say "too bad, so sad".

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