Despite the TSP’s money-saving low administrative fees many retirees want more investment options and also more freedom to get at their money.
After one of the worst days of 2019 for the stock market, nearly every fund in the Thrift Savings Plan took a tumble in May.
When it comes to saving and investing for retirement, federal and military personnel are way ahead of their private sector counterparts.
The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board issued an RFP for two fund managers for its C, F, I and S funds for the Thrift Savings Plan.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Navy’s Fleet Cyber Command started wide-scale implementation of the Cyber Excepted Service this month.
New withdrawal options and a strategy to help participants with catch-up contributions are among the new features coming to the Thrift Savings Plan within the next year so.
Between March 2018 and March 2019 the self-made millionaires club of the Thrift Savings Plan added 9,540 new members.
In today’s Federal Newscast, as part of a new pilot program, the Defense Department awards contracts to five companies to actively recruit technical talent from the private sector.
Most investors in the Thrift Savings Plan know they are in it for the long haul. So what’s the best route for your endgame?
May 13, 2019, was the day we learned, after a 10-year bull market, that the stock market had a paper loss for the day of approximately $800 billion.
When it comes to employer-backed 401k plans, most experts say that the federal Thrift Savings Plan, with its 5% match and super-low administrative fees, is the best deal around. At the end of March, the…
The TSP is the envy of many investors because of its low administrative fees and federal oversite of the fund.
Folks who track their stock market investments on a hourly basis sometimes need nerves of steel. And a forgiving job that gives the time to monitor markets and pundits as Wall Street reacts various promises…
The good news for most long-time federal and postal workers, is that in retirement, you may be better off than many of your private sector neighbors.