2:19 am, May 27, 2015

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  • When would it start?
    I think it's a good idea. It's the only one to help civil service employees these days.
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  • Unused leave into TSP at retirement
    So, this would not be limited to max current deferral allowed of $17,000 and $5,500 in catch-up contributions? Or can you exceed these limitations?
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  • limitation
    From what I understand, you would still be subject to the same limits. This would make it yet another reason to retire at the end of the year, with the leave payment in Jan or Feb, which would be the new year, and your celing would revert to zero, making it likely that you would be able to put in the entire allowable % of your leave payment. You may have a small TSP conribution from your last paycheck for the prior year, since you would not receive it until Jan, but it wouldn't be a lot.
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