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November 30, 2021

Federal Employee Retirement and Benefits News

TSP & Retirement

What Is Effective Retirement Decision-Making

What Is Effective Retirement Decision-Making

For Federal Employees, when it comes to Retirement Planning, effective decision-making involves flexibility in thought and actions.
Do You Have a Federal Retirement Individual Action Plan

Do You Have a Federal Retirement Individual Action Plan

Building your Federal Retirement Individual Action Plan (IAP) starts first with building your Financial Plan – the key element to your retirement future.  In order to achieve our collective goal of retiring with comfort and security, we must underscore the inescapable...
Retirement Implementation

Six Steps to Retirement Implementation

The journey to federal employee retirement requires us to dig in our heels and do what we are used to doing
Statements to Answer and Get You Thinking

Statements to Answer and Get You Thinking

Sometime we need a little nudge, some motivation to get our engines pointed towards painting a picture of our retirement future.
Federal Employees and Financial Planning

Federal Employees and Financial Planning

A financial plan helps to identify what we want, how to get it and how to keep it. The financial plan drives the entire process and is the determing factor as to whether you successfully reach your retirements goals.
Financial Planning – You Know More Than You Think

Financial Planning – You Know More Than You Think

You see you have already been involved in financial planning and managing your money. The question is have you planned and managed your resources well enough to live your vision in retirement.
Federal Employees – Building Your Financial Plan

Federal Employees – Building Your Financial Plan

The Financial Plan is a key component of your overall Retirement Planning strategy, so you can retire well and live in comfort and security.
Who Is Watching the Market?

Who Is Watching the Market?

Getting prepared financially is a big piece of the puzzle, but we do know that financial preparation hinges upon the ability to accept the emotional and psychological paradigm that comes with making such a transition.
Can I Name Any Beneficiary To My TSP

Can I Name Any Beneficiary To My TSP

You may name anyone you choose, it does not have to be a spouse. The TSP also allows for the naming of contingent beneficiaries.
An Affordable Luxury – The TSP

An Affordable Luxury – The TSP

Think of yourself as a maximumlist - willing to maximize every opportunity that comes your way and the TSP is no exception.
If You Could Have One Close Friend – Choose the TSP

If You Could Have One Close Friend – Choose the TSP

The government matches up to 5% of what you contribute to the TSP. Not investing in the TSP is akin to giving away free money.
What is the Difference Between a Broker and an RIA?

What is the Difference Between a Broker and an RIA?

A Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) is required by law to not only give you suitable advice or recommendations, but must act with a tremendous amount of fiduciary responsibility. Both are regulated by the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 but to...
Understanding The Thrift Savings Plan, By Todd Carmack

Understanding The Thrift Savings Plan, By Todd Carmack

The most important pieces of advice I can provide to employees is to make sure you are contributing a minimum Thrift Savings Plan (TSP). Todd Carmack, Arizona
The SEC Gives Financial Advisors A Pass

The SEC Gives Financial Advisors A Pass

I suppose the SEC did not notice the presence of those vehicles before. Long before the SEC made its ruling, investors had the ability to post and review comments from advisors on websites that had been around for a very...
The Senate Salutes Federal Employees

The Senate Salutes Federal Employees

Federal employees may receive a 3.3 percent pay raise in 2015. The proposed pay raise is welcomed news for Federal employees.
Can You Participate In The TSP After Retirement?

Can You Participate In The TSP After Retirement?

Your Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is funded via payroll deductions. Therefore, once you are no longer an employee your participation in the TSP stops as far as being able to make contributions. However, you don't have to take your money...
PSRetirement.com Can Connect you to Financial Advisors

PSRetirement.com Can Connect you to Financial Advisors

All of your years of service and hard work is for a quiet retirement and the person advising you on savings, benefits and insurance details should be properly qualified and experienced because your financial comfort is on the line.
What Thrift Saving Plan Fund Choices Do You Have?

What Thrift Saving Plan Fund Choices Do You Have?

There are five core investment funds available in the TSP:

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