Things to Consider when Investing in the TSP Funds [Video]

Things to Consider when Investing in the TSP Funds [Video]

As a federal employee, you are provided retirement plan options. The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is the federal version of the private sector's 401(k). The TSP is a recognized, defined[…]

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Why Do I Need a Financial Planner if I have a TSP? [Video]

Why Do I Need a Financial Planner if I have a TSP? [Video]

If you're invested in the TSP and the TSP is your primary vehicle for retirement, then you may be wondering, "Do I need a financial planner? Isn't the TSP just managing my money for me?"[…]

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4 Reasons to Consider an Age 59 ½ In-Service Withdrawal

4 Reasons to Consider an Age 59 ½ In-Service Withdrawal

An under-used and misunderstood strategy that can help you preserve your assets while managing risks associated with investing. Let us review a few of the basics of the “age 59 ½ in-service[…]

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Facts About TSP Withdrawals

Facts About TSP Withdrawals

Our own John Stohlman writes for FedSmith.com from time to time and we also get to benefit from his writing. Recently, he wrote about TSP withdrawals, an important topic to be well versed on for any[…]

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The Roth TSP, Remember Me?

The Roth TSP, Remember Me?

 This article was originally written by our own John Stohlman and posted on FedSmith.com.   The Roth TSP, Remember Me? With all the talk about the TSP possibly opening up a mutual fund window and[…]

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