Some federal employees have made poor investment decisions in their TSP. Does this mean that private investment accounts should not be used for investing a portion of payroll taxes?
Is this a good time to invest in the I fund? Will the high returns continue? Here are several questions to ask before taking the plunge.
Ex-federal workers that separated from federal service on or before Dec. 31, 2004 must begin withdrawing their TSP account before April 1, 2005.
The TSP stock funds all had positive returns in February 2005.
Do shares of the I fund move in correlation with those of the C fund? Should TSP investors consider investing in stocks of foreign companies?
Stocks took a major dip yesterday with concerns about a falling dollar and federal budget deficits. How will this impact your TSP investments?
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TSP stock funds went down in January. Will this trend hold for the rest of the year?
“Lifecycle funds” are coming to the TSP. Especially for those readers who don’t like to make investment decisions, this may be one of the least stressful decisions you will have to make.
Many TSP investors panicked in the bear market. The result? They lock in their losses in the stock market and gave up the big gains that followed.