Although TSP fund performance is down sharply in 2022, the majority of TSP participants appear to be staying the course with their investing.
The Dow Jones is at its lowest level in two years, and the S&P 500 closed with its second straight week of losses.
As the author explains, the current economic conditions are bizarre. What does this mean for federal employees planning for retirement?
Federal employees frequently move into the G Fund in their TSP accounts during bear markets. Do you really know how to use this unique TSP fund?
Federal employees should avoid making these mistakes with their TSP accounts during bear markets.
Converting eligible retirement assets to a Roth IRA can be a wise tax move during a down market. Here are some considerations.
The stock market is down, and many federal employees have seen their TSP savings go down with it. Should they put the money to use elsewhere?
Have you sold or thought of selling your TSP stock funds as you watch your account values drop? Doing so could prove more costly than not selling.
The S&P 500 has officially entered a bear market. These are some important concepts for federal employees to consider as they analyze their financial plans.
Two of the TSP stock funds are now in bear market territory and inflation is raging. What does history show about a federal pay raise during high inflation?