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November 30, 2022

Federal Employee Retirement and Benefits News

TSP & Retirement

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SECURE Act 2.0 raises the RMD age, encouraging tax sheltering.

Part 1

This article explores a retirement option for FERS employees known as deferred r...

Life Planning Resources About You That Your Loved Ones Will Need

Your spouse, partner, or children will appreciate this article if you become incapacitated due to cognitive deterioration or pass away. First and foremost, the information comes from you. Second, the informational sources are all government entities they must become acquainted...

10 Strategies for Federal Employees Planning to Retire Before 2030

Thousands of federal personnel have retired since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March 2020. Many more eligible employees plan to retire during the following eight years.

Most Common TSP Mistakes During Bear Markets

Even the most diligent investors have difficulties in bear markets. No two bear markets are identical, and the factors that affect them are often challenging to put together in real time. As a result, many investors struggle with portfolio decisions....

Government Employee Retirement Strategies

As a government employee, there are several ways to manage retirement for stable financial security well into your golden years. Aside from

Allowable FEHB Changes You Can Make Outside of Open Season

Limited enrollment adjustments are allowed...

Retirement Eligibility Under FERS

When you retire as a regular Federal Employee Retirement S...

Retirement Options with the TSP

How do I use my TSP once I retire? Yes, this is the most frequently a...

6 basics of social security information you should know

Social Security payments are one of the three parts of the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS), together with the

Early Social Security and Federal Retirement

The Federal Employee Retirement System (FERS) was established by Congress in 1986 and went ...

Working Longer Not the Only Way to Boost Retirement Funds

Several strategies increase the amount of money available to pay for your retirement. In this post, we'll examine two additional strategies: 1) continuing to work part-time after retirement; and 2) downsizing or relocating to a region with a cheaper cost...

The Winning Streak of Index Funds Faces Risks in Retirement

Investors are used to pouring money into index funds and seeing gains. But are those the best retirement bets?

Meet ‘AVA,’ a TSP change that affects more than just the investment window

While participants who satisfy specific criteria can invest a portion of their accounts in outside mutual funds, which has garnered the most attention among the planned reforms, the TSP is also emphasizing other new features, such as an artificial intelligence...

An Overview of TSP’s Early Withdrawal Penalty

If you're a federal employee leaving the government, you may have heard that early withdrawals from accounts like the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) might result in penalties. Penalties, especially levied by

3 Strategies to Lower Taxes and Maximize Your Income In Retirement 

When people begin to plan for retirement, they frequently concentrate on one primary goal: saving enough money to retire comfortably when the time comes.

How Are Investment Options Going To Expand In Federal Retirement Savings Program?

Federal and military employees will soon be able to choose from a wide selection of new investment alternatives for their retirement savings plans. The

More Information About New TSP Features

Over the next year, federal employees and retirees should watch the

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