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The TSP's Tom Trabucco outlines a lot of changes that will be coming soon; he also explains why more participation is good for the individual.
Sheltering your retirement funds in place may not be a good option, depending on how close you are to needing the money.
Thousands of nervous federal investors got out of the stock market late last year and earlier this year. Was that a good move? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says look at the numbers and your retirement timeline.
Should you have long term care insurance, or a flexible spending account, and how are you going to handle the new Roth option to your TSP and put your kids through college? Check out Senior Correspondent Mike Causey's column today which will put you in touch with experts who can help.
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.