The Thrift Savings Plan has some of the lowest fees of any retirement savings plan. What do federal employees gain (or lose) by having these low fees?
The author lists five tips for federal employees who are at an earlier stage in their career to help them build wealth over the course of their careers to prosper in retirement.
The G Fund is one of the most popular funds among TSP participants, however, as the author notes, there is a lesser known risk associated with having too much of one’s retirement savings inside of the G Fund that many federal employees are likely to overlook.
With the stock market dropping, have you started to panic? The recent volatility has left many federal employees worried about their Thrift Savings Plan holdings. The author explains what causes market volatility and what federal employees should consider doing when the stock market heads south as it has done recently.
The Roth TSP and the Roth IRA share many similarities, however, they are not the same thing. The author describes some of the similarities and differences federal employees should be aware of as they look at how each one fits into their retirement savings plans.
What are the requirements and consequences one must take into account to make a Financial Hardship Withdrawal from your TSP account? The author outlines the basic guidelines.