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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?
“I have a question related to something in one of your articles about FEHB and Medicare. The article stated: “As a full-time Federal employee, you are eligible to enroll in
“Thank you very much for the great information. Question: Do I need to list my ex-spouse on my FERS retirement application if we were married for less than 10 years
“I watched the very helpful video on ROTH IRA conversions. I will be retiring by the end of 2022 and I do not have any funds in the Roth TSP,
“Is there a way, I can find out how much I will receive at retirement and when I can collect? I worked 24 years, but I don’t know my high
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