Once federal employees have maxed out their TSP accounts, they can begin saving in other areas to help fully realize their financial goals.
Converting eligible retirement assets to a Roth IRA can be a wise tax move during a down market. Here are some considerations.
Can I contribute the max to my Roth TSP and also $6,000 to a Roth IRA in the same year?
The author discusses a proposed change to TSP contributions under “SECURE Act 2.0” and a strategy he advises impacted federal employees to consider.
A bill dubbed “SECURE Act 2.0” is moving through Congress. How would it impact the finances of federal employees?
The author shares the five biggest regrets about retirement planning that federal employees have shared with him.
Is a recession coming, and if so, what can federal employees do to prepare?
These are some common reasons why federal employees fail to take advantage of the Roth option in the Thrift Savings Plan.
Are you making these investing mistakes? They can potentially cost you more in taxes than you would otherwise have to pay.
Proper tax planning is essential to make the most of your money in retirement. These are a few examples.