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Are you still allowed to contribute the maximum of $26,000 to the TSP even if you only work half of the year? Is there any advantage to maxing out your contribution to the TSP fund for 2021 if you’re retiring in 2021 and plan to withdraw money in 2021 is an amount greater than the contributions for the year?
Example of mid-year retirement:
Hi,I have a question regarding Roth TSP which I have not gotten a clear answer on. I will be 54 this year. I plan on retiring at 62 which is
I am aware that after I put in ten years’ federal civilian creditable service and then retire, my FERS annuity will be reduced monthly by 10% for the surviving spouse
Hello, first off, I wanted to say I really enjoy your podcasts. I have really learned a lot from you both over the past year or two. I am a
“I stumbled on your podcast and the information is GOLD – thank you! I am 45 and 15 years away from retirement. This year I will maximize my TSP (1/2
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