Should federal employees invest in the TSP L Funds? Not according to Dave Ramsey.
What is the best way to allocate the investments inside of your Thrift Savings Plan account? One financial advisor explains to a young investor what he considers to be the best strategy for building the most retirement savings over a working career.
Is it better to start saving early for retirement? Absolutely! However, not everybody is willing or able to start at a young age. Are you ever really “too old” to invest and save for your future?
The stock market has been on a tear since its drop in 2008. Are you worried about losing money in your TSP due to a pullback? Before you make any emotional investment decisions, you may want to read one financial expert’s advice to a federal employee who was recently facing this dilemma.
Should you invest in the Roth option within the Thrift Savings Plan or do a traditional Roth IRA? One financial advisor offers his advice to a member of the Air Force on what he believes is the best choice.
The recent government shutdown has left many federal employees feeling scared, stressed and wondering how they will pay their bills. One financial advisor has some advice that he hopes can help.
How do your TSP investments compare to how others invest? How do your investments compare with the advice of one well-known financial advisor?
The average worker in America has 6.2% in Social Security taxes withheld from each of his or her paychecks. Could investing this money on your own offer better returns in retirement?
How are your TSP investments progressing? One TSP investor now has over $4 million in an account. 207 others don’t have that much but still have over $1 million accrued.