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Uncle Sam’s in-house 401(k) plan is changing, big time. The question is, will federal investors stick with it when they retire or leave government?
The Federal Government’s in-house 401(k) plan — the TSP — is changing. How will it affect you? Find out when financial Arthur Stein joins host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn radio show. December 13, 2017
Sen. Orrin Hatch has dropped an amendment to a tax reform initiative restricting federal employees from making extra contributions to the retirement savings plans.
The benefits-eating monster is real. And still out there. Just as you suspected.
Though federal employees avoided $32 billion in potential cuts to the current retirement system in the 2018 budget resolution, Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) said he’s still keeping an eye on familiar proposals that lawmakers may tie to new tax reform policies.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says 90 percent of the federal workforce will be hit hard if the GOP plan to trim contributions to 401(k) plans becomes law.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey asks which of the long list of proposed changes to federal retirement is most likely to succeed.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says feds still have time — retirement changes aren’t set in stone (or legislation) yet.
If the Thrift Savings Plan is so good, why do roughly half of all investors take their money out of the TSP when they retire?