So I quit the first of august, got my last paycheck mailed to me which included vacation hours. I cashed out my 401k because I needed the cash for moving and before getting student loans for law school. So at that point I thought that spot did not owe me anything more, I thought that I had milked that cow. Just today I received a sizeable check in the mail, slightly larger than my paychecks were. I worked for spot for just over 5 years, in three stores. I spent the last year at a new store and was quickly promoted to electronics team member, but I didn't notice the paygrade increase until my ETL-HL was forced out, nothing was ever said to me about the extra 50 cents beyond when my schedule changed (I asked the brand new eTL-HR if I would get the increase, but she told me that I was already getting paid more than 90% of people in the store so I probably would not get it). My question is, is this a pension payment for the end of the year, or did someone in either my old store, or HQ accounting realize a pay mistake and sent me a check? I'm not complaining about mystery money, I just kind of want to know where it came from.