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The Tobacco bill might come to the floor of the Senate this week, which means your retirement options might be changing. Also, gains are seen in funds during May.
Tips for first-time home buyers: Don't get divorced, don't get hooked on HGTV, and don't neglect your TSP.
Is there a Roth IRA option in your future? And if you get it as part of your Thrift Savings Plan, is it a good idea for you? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey goes to the expert, who says its all about taxes, not your age.
November was a positive month for participants in the Thrift Savings Plan: Every fund saw gains. But that's only part of the story. Federal News Radio's Max Cacas looks at the month of November for our new monthly feature, TSP Snapshot.
Though the proposed changes might not take affect until 2010, the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board is starting to get the word out now.
Required minimum distributions have been eliminated for 2009 and new FERS employees no longer have to wait for employer contributions.
With the ongoing financial crisis, and the general tumult on Wall Street, you might be wondering how your Thrift Savings Plan is faring.
With important changes coming to the Thrift Savings Plan, federal workers will soon see significant new options and opportunities for their retirement savings. But federal worker unions tell a House subcommittee that they're reluctant to endorse an option sought by a small, but some say overly-vocal minority of TSP participants.
TSP's Tom Trabucco says that no matter the market's ups and downs in the past month, the government's retirement plan can still be counted on in the long term.