Thrift Savings Plan
July 24 It’s simple: wait for it.
July 16 Public service announcement looks at the costs and benefits of borrowing against retirement funds.
July 15 Bill auto-enrolls new feds in more diverse fund, rather than the lower-yield government securities offering.
July 10 Weighing whether to work with a professional adviser to manage your money.
June 26 What to do with your Thrift Savings Plan funds when you leave government.
June 25 The legislation would automatically enroll new federal employees in a more diverse, age-appropriate retirement fund.
June 23 Senate panel on Wednesday will consider legislation that would automatically enroll new feds into one of the lifecyle funds.
June 2 The S Fund emerged from the red, increasing 1.52 percent last month.
May 29 What is your tax burden likely to be in retirement?
May 22 The early results of our federal employee Retirement Readiness Assessment are in.
May 19 Policy experts have mixed views on a proposal to offer feds’ retirement savings plan to the masses.
May 13 TSP administrators say it is probably a bad idea.
May 8 A look at your responsibilities in the retirement process, along with those of your agency and the Office of Personnel Management.
May 1 All but the S Fund, which dropped 2.47 percent, saw positive returns last month.
April 28 Board overseeing federal retirement assets says it has bolstered safeguards.
April 24 Some employees are unaware of just how much retirement income they will have.
April 23 The agency that runs the retirement plan will be able to garnish up to 15 percent of former feds’ private sector wages to collect debt.
April 10 Tips on how to get the most out of your savings.
April 1 Last month brought small gains for some funds, negative returns for others.
March 27 You can’t take your TSP funds with you, so it’s important to decide what should happen with the money after you die.