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If you have unused sick leave consider it as money-in-the-bank. And if you have unused annual leave you may get the option of investing it in your Thrift Savings Plan. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey lays out the plan's plan.
Most federal workers get matching, tax-deferred contributions to their thrift savings plan, but the military refuses to give them to soldiers, sailors and airmen. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey asks "how come?"
When the stock market crashed last year did you retreat to the TSP's safe haven G-fund or did you continue to buy stock funds? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says either action could have made you a winner... depending.
Mike and I talk about open season, TSP changes, the 2010 pay raise, and a crazy letter on Mike's wall.
This year will go down in the record books as the best-ever for federal workers, postal service employees and many government retirees, but as Senior Correspondent Mike Causey points out, every silver lining has a cloud.
The Daily Debrief Reports: MilitarySaves.org partners with Thrift Savings Plan to help troops save for retirement
If you die before your spouse, he or she will have to withdraw all the money in your Thrift Savings Plan account and find someplace for it, but Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says that's about to change.
The Thrift Savings Board is currently working on adding e-messaging securely.
If you like the cruise control feature on your car Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says you may love the new Lifecycle fund that is coming to your Thrift Savings Plan.