Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne. The high satisfaction rates among participants in the Federal Retirement Thrift Savings Plan got reaffirmed recently. Nearly…
Mike Causey asked long-time fed and financial coach Abraham Grungold to check out the 2020 situation, who listed some things which workers under the Federal Employees Retirement System retiring in 2020 should seriously consider.
Most of the Thrift Savings Plan funds posted modest returns in August, though the fixed income investment F fund slipped into the red.
The surprise wasn’t that it happened, but how quickly the market bounced back. So now investors are trying to makes sense of what to do.
A new survey of 5,000 participants found 87% are happy with the Thrift Savings Plan, a slight dip from 2017, the last year the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board collected feedback from its members.
No matter how the pandemic has impacted your life, changes in your own situation may have happened that mean you should adjust your estate accordingly.
Six months into an historically-lethal pandemic that potentially threatens everybody on the planet is probably a pretty good time to update or begin your personal financial checklist.
When the record-long bull market ended earlier this year, some investors decided to cut their losses, going into the G fund. Abraham Grungold, a long-time fed and financial coach, said that was a big mistake.
Every TSP fund, including the original L funds and all the stock indexes, posted positive returns in July, though none were particularly exceptional.
Tens of thousands of Thrift Savings Plan participants have taken advantage of the extra loan and withdrawal options Congress included in March's coronavirus relief legislation.
Expert financial coach Abraham Grungold shares tips on how federal workers can best save money for retirement.
Some are predicting the impact of the virus on the economy, nerves and personal relations may actually trigger a tidal wave of retirements in many agencies.
After the long-anticipated crash of the record 11-year bull market a lot of 401(k) investors worried about the hit their stock-fund investments had taken.
When they eventually retire, 99% of all current federal-postal workers will depend on their Thrift Savings Plan to provide a substantial portion of their future lifetime income.