Could funds in your Roth TSP be taxed when you withdraw them? The answer is “yes, if you are not careful.”
August 26, 2013, is an important day for federal employees and retirees who are in legally recognized same-sex marriages. The author explains the significance of this date for people in this situation.
The author says that federal employees have much to be thankful for when it comes to generating income in retirement.
Why is it that many federal employees think that FEHB costs increase? The authors provide some answers.
The authors address some common misconceptions about federal retirement.
The author says that proper planning for retirement from a federal career must take place throughout an employee’s entire career. He covers some important areas federal employees should consider as part of this planning process.
The author details what you can expect to happen to your federal benefits if you pass away during retirement.
The author reminds job seekers that when describing their accomplishments, it is important to describe how they have made those accomplishments as well as how the results were achieved. He offers some guidelines for how to best do this.
The author details what you can expect to happen to your federal benefits if you leave your government job before retiring.
What rights does your spouse have regarding your TSP account while he/she is still alive? What are their rights to the TSP after your death?