The Thrift Savings Plan began 2017 on a strong note, posting across-the-board positive returns, and continued its momentum from the end of 2016.
The government’s top ethics official says President Trump still hasn’t provided sufficient documentation of his plan to divest his business holdings.
The Thrift Savings Plan ended 2016 on a strong note, posting both positive monthly numbers and high yearly numbers.
After a nearly across-the-board downturn last month, the Thrift Savings Plan posted much higher numbers for the Thrift Savings Plan in November.
Randy Silvey, president Silverlight Financial, explains some of the considerations federal employees to keep in mind as they decide when is the right time to retire.
In a major reversal of fortune, every Thrift Savings Plan fund, with the exception of the low-risk low-reward G fund, posted negative returns in October.
As we get older, some things get bigger and some shrink. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it’s sad, in a way, but there are things you can do.
The Thrift Savings Plan posted modest returns for its retirement funds in September, with a majority showing higher numbers than the previous month.
None of the Thrift Savings Plan funds posted higher numbers in August than they did in July, but the federal retirement fund still remains in a better place than was earlier this summer.
Has the upcoming election got you worrying about your financial nest egg? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says lots of federal workers are nervous and looking for a safe place to stash retirement cash.