Stocks were mixed this week with low volume trading and low volatility. Large caps were up slightly while small caps pulled back amidst the anticipation of the tax cuts.
Posts Tagged: Thrift Savings Plan
As for the market, September’s momentum carried into October. Here’s why.
You can and NEED to set expectations of your investment’s behavior. Not doing so is a mistake that will prevent you from maximizing your TSP (and your other investments).
One of the toughest financial decisions a retired individual or an individual who is about to retire faces is to whether he or she should keep his or her retirement savings in the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) or should he or she transfer it to the IRA.
We live in a world where we are concerned about the now. We tend to forget to think a bit more long-term than that next term paper or assignment. But we should think long-term about our retirement funds. Govies need to be aware of them and particularly what the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) has to… Read more »
Your federal retirement benefits represent potentially one of the most valuable assets you possess. – By Gary Fouts
A Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) Bill that is about to become law will allow federal public safety officials to make penalty-free withdrawals from the Thrift Savings Plan at age 50.
There have been no any major gains or losses in the TSP funds so far this year, and June was in fact slightly dismal with all the funds showing small losses except for the G Fund which managed to squeak through the month with a 0.17 percent gain.
When the Phased retirement option is elected, you will be considered as partially retired, and you will begin receiving half of your TSP annuity retirement income.
Back in his 20s, Warren Buffett often asked himself, “Do I really want to spend $300,000 for this haircut?” An avid fan of compounding, the future billionaire constantly questioned whether spending money today was worth losing what he could have in the future if he invested it. Buffett is, obviously, the exception. Most of us… Read more »