What Forms Do I Need to Designate My TSP to My Children?

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Q: What forms do I need to get to the TSP to set it up so that all that is in there will go to my children? I am making a one time withdrawal today and am wanting to just set the rest up to go to my children and not worry about the mandatory withdrawal at 71.

A: TSP-3, Designation of Beneficiary.  Available in the forms and publications section of the TSP website.

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