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Tom Trabucco of the Federal Retirement Thrift Investments Board explains that January is often a good time to sit down and look at where your money is invested -- and determine whether you want to move anything around.
Tom Trabucco, director of External Affairs for the Federal Retirement Thrift Investments Board, says 2009 was a really good year, all things considered. He also explains why many still haven't made all of their money back when compared to the first and second quarters of 2008.
Tom Trabucco, director of External Affairs for the Federal Retirement Thrift Investments Board, says most funds have nearly recouped all of their losses from 2008.
From the addition of participants to the introduction of the L funds, Director of External Affairs for the Federal Retirement Thrift Investments Board Tom Trabucco said the TSP has come a long way since 1999.
Federal News Radio checks in with Tom Trabucco, Director of External Affairs for the Federal Retirement Thrift Investments Board, who says October was a bit disappointing, but November was anything but. Also, prepare for the end of the 2010 L fund.
Tom Trabucco, Director of External Relations for the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, talks about what this might mean; also, he explains the difference between their loan program and
Director of External Affairs Tom Trabucco says, even if the bill passes this week, you might have to wait a year or two.
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.
Though the proposed changes might not take affect until 2010, the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board is starting to get the word out now.