Thrift Savings Plan

  • Is it time to leave government?

    A lot of people are now wondering if it’s a good time to get out of government and do something else. Jeff Neal reminds feds that an ill-informed move could land you somewhere that is worse than where you are now.

  • Should TSP be your retirement nest egg’s only basket?

    A growing number of people have moved into the TSP millionaires club. But, should all your retirement nest egg money be in the TSP? 

  • Hate to rain on your parade, but…

    Things are looking good. but the possibility of yet another government shutdown remains, as today’s guest columnist Abraham Grungold points out.

  • Additional Lifecycle funds coming to TSP next year

    Thrift Savings Plan participants will soon have access to additional lifecycle funds that will more closely align to their specific retirement dates.

  • Federal Retirement: Fact or Opinion?

    Insight by NITP, Inc. June 17, 2019 –  Host Bob Leins, CPA® welcomes Tammy Flanagan, Senior Benefits Director at NITP. It seems that everyone has an opinion when it comes to retirement decisions.  Many of these opinions…

  • Timing the TSP

    Most TSP investors know the stock market is long overdue for a major correction. The question is when will that happen, how long will it last, and what if anything you should be doing about it?

  • TSP nest eggs growing

    When it comes to saving and investing for retirement, federal and military personnel are way ahead of their private sector counterparts.

  • New withdrawal options and 4 other things to watch from the TSP this year

    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.

  • Leaving the TSP for more options? Think again.

    The TSP is the envy of many investors because of its low administrative fees and federal oversite of the fund.

  • Watching your TSP nest egg hatch…or crack!

    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…