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Government Executive Magazine
July 24th, 2009
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.
Federal workers, postal employees and retirees were short-changed last month when the Senate version of the so-called Tobacco bill trumped the more generous House plan. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says that may not happen this time around.
TSP participants seem to be moving their money back into stock funds, though investment in G fund is still strong.
Would you like more investment options, for your federal 401(k) plan? Stick around. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey reports some big-time changes for the federal thrift savings plan may be just around the corner.