(SOLUTION) Caterpillar Aon Hewitt 401K Account {Includes Company ID for Caterpillar}

I just wanted to post the way I was able to access my AON Hewitt Caterpillar Account. Many of the solutions rely on getting access to the company ID from a URL. However, many of the URLs on Hewitts website now include references to some hidden html links. However, I was able to use Chrome's developer tools to view the HTML and pull out Caterpillar's Company ID.

Step 1: Confirm the proper username and password. To do this login to caterpillar aon hewitt accounts here: http://resources.hewitt.com/cat/

Step 2: Add Aon-Hewitt account
Once you know your username and password, you can add the aon hewitt account to mint. The username used inside of mint to connect to the aon heweitt account is formatted as "username-copmanyId". The Company ID for Caterpillar is 02358 as of 8/27/2016.

Username: USERNAME-02358 {Make sure to use all caps for your username here}
Password: YourUniquePassword

Hope this helps!

For those looking to use a similar approach for their company Extracting Company ID using Chrome Developer Tools:

Login to your aon hewitt account. I used this link for Caterpillar. http://resources.hewitt.com/cat/

From there I had to click around until I saw a historical trend of my 401k balance.

From Google Chrome Browser, select the top right pull down menu --> More Tools --> Developer Tools. I've attached the location of the "sources" tab that I found the URL that I needed. See attached for details from here.

Then I looked for a nice 5 digit code similar to what I've seen in older URL examples listed elsewhere on mint (Like here: https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/1223445-aon-hewitt-fix-that-works-solution-not-question)

Good Luck!!


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