Randy Silvey, president of Silverlight Financial, describes how federal employees can take smart action to ensure their retirement funds meet their long-term needs.
Why do so many federal employees move out of TSP when they retire from the government? What should you do? Find out when benefits expert John Grobe joins host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn. August 9, 2017
This week on “Your Turn,” financial planner Arthur Stein tells feds and retirees what, if anything, they should be doing now with their Thrift Savings Plan accounts. August 2, 2017
After a brief downturn earlier this summer, the Thrift Savings Plan rebounded in July, with all of the funds posting positive returns. All of the retirement funds, with the exception of one outlier, also posted higher returns than they had in June.
Most of the retirement nest-egg money federal investors have socked away is in the super-safe, never-has-a-bad-day Treasury securities G fund. But Senior Correspondent Mike Causey wonders how safe is safe.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says past performance isn’t a predictor in financial markets, and federal investors are nervously wondering what to do with their TSP accounts when the next big, long overdue correction hits.
There are three ways federal investors can join the million-dollar Thrift Savings Plan club. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says investing steadily produces the most millionaires.
At the bottom of the Great Recession in March 2009, many federal workers and retirees saw their Thrift Savings Plan accounts drop as much as 40 percent. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey asks, what’s your plan for the next downturn?
Good news: Stock market is at an all-time high. Bad news: The market is long overdue for a major correction. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey asks, do you have a Plan B for your TSP?
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Justice Department’s Office of Inspector General reports that though the number of allegations is low, DoJ has systemic issues with how it handles sexual harassment and misconduct claims.