More than 90,000 current and former federal workers have 401k plan balances of half a million dollars or more. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains why.
Investors in the federal Thrift Savings Plan are trying to figure out when their stock funds will return to normal. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says maybe they already have.
Federal workers and others trying to build substantial retirement nest eggs could be hit with future face limits on how much they can invest and save.
As of last January the TSP, Uncle Sam’s in-house 401k plan, had 3,272 people with accounts of $1 million or more.
Do you have an escape route from your job, the date you plan to retire? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says you actually need two sets of numbers.
For the third consecutive month, the Thrift Savings Plan funds posted mostly negative numbers at the end of January.
Federal investors had a bad year in 2015, but Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says after the last few weeks 2015 looks like the good old days.
If you work for Uncle Sam, will the bear market eat your retirement nest egg? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says investors should be very careful.
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Thrift Savings Plan returns for the end of November were lower than a month before, but most of the funds remained in the positive.