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    Hello, 13 years Army active duty and 20 years fed LEO. I retired FERS in 2018. Happy to be here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CW3SF View Post
    Hello, 13 years Army active duty and 20 years fed LEO. I retired FERS in 2018. Happy to be here.
    Welcome aboard. If you have questions this is a good place to be.
    May the force be with us.

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    Welcome to TSP Talk.
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    Welcome CW3SF. Thanks for joining us!

    One good thing that the TSP website debacle did was bring a lot of nice new people to our forum.
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    Thanks for the welcome. I did sign up partly due to the new site debacle. Also because I was ticked off that my monthly disbursement has been delayed and wanted to see if there was a good explanation (there doesn’t seem to be).

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    Quote Originally Posted by CW3SF View Post
    Thanks for the welcome. I did sign up partly due to the new site debacle. Also because I was ticked off that my monthly disbursement has been delayed and wanted to see if there was a good explanation (there doesn’t seem to be).
    The good explanation is FRTIB and the new software vendor (anyone know who that is?) decided to. It screwed up my finances too, used to get it deposited on the 6th or 7th, got this months today. (16th)
    Getting information out of the new site is difficult compared to the old. Used to show you the amount of shares and dollars for each fund. Now it shows dollars and you have to go elsewhere to see the shares number. Shares number is something they made up several years ago, did help with accounting in personal spread sheets.
    Now it's seems like we are back to the past when everything was done by mail, you got a quarterly statement and otherwise "trust us, we're from the gubmint".
    Not quite that bad but finding info you are used to finding is no longer as easy. "share numbers" from different pages don't match.
    I am not pleased.

    PO

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