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Defense Department employees have had to wait longer than other feds but this week they're getting their chance.
Tom Trabucco and Greg Long, both of whom are with the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, tell Federal News Radio when TSP participants can expect to take advantage of a Roth option in the Thrift Savings Plan.
This has been a banner year for federal workers on Capitol Hill and Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says be happy with what you got because this is probably it.
There are a number of important things to consider before converting a traditional IRA to a ROTH.
This week, For Your Benefit examines Roth conversion opportunities involving traditional IRA's and voluntary contributions.
October 11, 2010
Estate planning is for high-rollers right? Certainly not for ordinary federal workers and retirees, right? Wrong! Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has the explanation.
Now that the cheering has stopped over the new Roth option to your Thrift Savings Plan, people are coming up with a lot of questions that don't have any answers: yet. But Senior Correspondent Mike Causey tells what we know and what you need to know.
Do you have a flexible spending account to help pay for nonprescription medical items not covered by your health insurance? Be advised that Senior Correspondent Mike Causey reports Congress is looking for ways to fold, staple or mutilate the program.