The Thrift Savings Plan posted across-the-board positive numbers in July, with some of the hardest hit accounts in June showing the highest returns.
When the U.K. voted to leave the European Union, did you sell all your stocks? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it appears that many federal investors did just that.
When it comes to investing, are you a hare or a tortoise? A greyhound or a dachshund? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says slow is often better.
While some funds managed to stay in the black, the majority posted negative returns in the month of June. This is the first time since February the savings plan’s numbers have dipped into the negative.
Have you heard about those federal millionaires? How did they do it on government pay? Senior correspondent Mike Causey says they all have several things in common.
The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board is doubling the amount of contractors competing to provide financial management consultation for the TSP.
We’ve heard a lot about people who’ve saved $1 million while working for the government. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey tells how you can join the club too.
The Thrift Savings Plan is warning enrollees not to make rash decisions as a result of a down market, following Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.
Government workers have a relatively new investment option and Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it’s growing in popularity because of its tax break.
The federal Thrift Savings Plan has been such a boon for investing, some feds now have TSP accounts topping $1 million.