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Tips for Better Searches
Keep it simple. If you're looking for a particular company, just enter its name, or as much of its name as you can recall. If you're looking for a particular concept, topic, or product, start with its name. Simple is good.
Think how the page you are looking for will be written. A search engine is not a human, it is a program that matches the words you give to pages on the web. Use the words that are most likely to appear on the page. For example, instead of saying 'how do I get money out of my 401k,' say 'loan hardship withdrawals.'
Describe what you need with as few terms as possible. The goal of each word in a query is to focus it further. Since all words are used, each additional word limits the results. If you limit too much, you will miss a lot of useful information. The main advantage to starting with fewer keywords is that, if you don't get what you need, the results will likely give you a good indication of what additional words are needed to refine your results on the next search.
Choose descriptive words. The more unique the word is the more likely you are to get relevant results. Words that are not very descriptive, like 'document,' 'website,' 'company,' or 'info,' are usually not needed.
Searching for a phrase. If you put a phrase in quotes, it searches for that exact phrase, instead of the individual words.
We hope this vigorous search effort will help you quickly find the information you need with as little effort on your part as possible.