Thrift Savings Plan

GovExec Daily: The TSP Transition is Being Investigated

Erich Wagner joins the podcast to give an update on the new recordkeeper.

GAO Will Investigate the Troubled TSP Recordkeeper Transition

Officials at the federal government’s 401(k)-style retirement savings program said nearly 2 million participants have successfully set up their new online account access, and call center wait times are down to around 10 minutes.

GovExec Daily: Financial Tips From a TSP Millionaire

Financial professional and longtime fed Abraham Grungold joins the podcast to discuss the Thrift Savings Plan

Every TSP Fund Rebounded in July

For the first time in months, all of the core offerings in the federal government’s 401(k)-style retirement savings program posted gains.

TSP Officials Say They’re Nearing ‘Normalcy’ After a Troublesome Recordkeeper Transition

Wait times on the customer service number for the federal government’s 401(k)-style retirement savings plan are down from over two hours to 15 minutes on average.

GovExec Daily: The G Fund is Now the Biggest Core TSP Fund

Dallen Haws joins the podcast to discuss the Thrift Savings Plan.

Things to Consider Before Moving Money Into TSP's G Fund

Many of the funds in the government’s 401(k)-style retirement savings program are seeing losses from market downturns, but the G Fund is growing.

GovExec Daily: The TSP, Sustainability and the Mutual Fund Window

Bryon McGannon joins the podcast to discuss what the limited mutual fund window could mean for sustainable investing.

TSP Funds Tumble Again in June

The federal government’s 401(k)-style retirement savings plan continues to suffer from tumult in financial markets.

GovExec Daily: The TSP Service Transition is Not Going Well

Erich Wagner joins the podcast to discuss his reporting on the Thrift Savings Plan’s new web-based services following the transition to a new recordkeeper.

TSP Officials Promise Service Will Improve After a Difficult Transition to the New Recordkeeping System

Staffing at the call center that serves participants of the federal government’s 401(k)-style retirement savings program has already increased 66%, with more on the way.

Feds Can’t Sue Over TSP Gains Lost During Shutdowns, An Appeals Court Finds

A group of FBI employees had argued they were entitled to damages, because delayed TSP contributions meant they missed out on gains from a rising stock market.

TSP Woes Continue Two Weeks After Tech Transition

Participants reported delayed account disbursements a full two weeks after the transition to a new recordkeeper was complete.

The TSP Board's Nominees Have Now Been Confirmed, With One Exception

Biden's pick to chair the federal government’s 401(k)-style retirement savings program’s board must go through a more arduous process.