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    Re: COVID-19; was 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

    Turn off the News & come play poker tonight :)
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    Re: TSP Poker Club

    Just a reminder to all...virus free fun! Let's see if PO will be a contender!
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    Re: Retirement and Coronavirus

    I may be too late responding but before accepting, have you considered checking with another realtor? What type of market analysis did the one realtor do in coming up with her figures? Is there...
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    Re: TSP Poker Club

    Poker Tonight. Virus free fun, in the comfort of your own home!
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    Re: TSP Poker Club

    Don't forget--Poker tonight. Seems a lot earlier after springing forward.
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    Re: TSP Poker Club

    Game will be canx if somebody doesn't sign up real soon
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    Re: Retirement - CSRS & TSP

    ekoncepts,
    How do you currently have your TSP invested? What have you been doing to determine your moves within your TSP Accounts. Following a paid service is an option to maximize your returns ...
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    Re: Retirement and Coronavirus

    Dave,

    I wouldn't overreact to the CV situation. If the housing market is good in your area (rents expensive), you might want to look into renting vs selling your home. If you are set on selling...
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    Re: TSP Poker Club

    Who else is playing tonight? 5 minutes to game time. Hope DBA has been taking her memory enhancing pills :)
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    Re: COVID-19, (was Re: 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)"

    “Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength.”
    ― Corrie Ten Boom
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    Re: 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

    https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/#countries Interesting website. Compare this to US Flu cases https://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/burden/preliminary-in-season-estimates.htm.
    Yes this is...
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    Re: Coronavirus and Stocks

    So what other buying opportunities do you see?
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    Re: My retirement journey

    Jamison has a special guide for LEOs that may be helpful for you. I subscribed back in 2015 when agency offered early retirement. With the subscription, you can contact him directly to answer any...
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    Re: My retirement journey

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    Depending on the market where you live, have you considered renting out your current home rather than selling?
    I have a rental that has provided consistent income since 2005. The rent...
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    Re: How Long Will You Live?

    According to the calculator James48843 posted, it says my life expectancy is 85, but I'm planning for triple digits.

    IRS Life Expectancy Tables go to 115+...
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    Re: TSP Poker Club

    Congrats to TSPTalk, winner of the game. Did make him work for it was a good game.
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    Re: TSP Poker Club

    LOL Not sure about Prevagen...I seem to remember you winning 2 weeks ago. Game on tonight in about 45 minutes
  18. Re: Retired FERS-VERA/VSIP Considering 72(t) TSP Withdrawal Options

    Gross. If you only earned $6,000 and have social security, medicare & taxes withheld. You can put the whole $6K in a Roth.
  19. Re: Retired FERS-VERA/VSIP Considering 72(t) TSP Withdrawal Options

    Yes to both questions as long as earned income is equal to or greater than your contributions.
  20. Re: How Will The SECURE ACT Impact Your Estate Plan?

    Interesting...wonder if insurance companies and estate planners had something to do with this legislation. I'm not liking the 10 year rule.
  21. Re: Retired FERS-VERA/VSIP Considering 72(t) TSP Withdrawal Options

    Update: I haven't taken advantage of any of the new rules that the new law give us, but I like the flexibility available. I'm currently taking life expectancy payments that get calculated each year...
  22. Re: Retirement Talk - The Secure Act is now law. Will it help your retirement?

    Interesting...I like extending the RMDs to age 72 (vs 70.5) but I don't like them getting rid of the stretch option for beneficiaries or limiting it to 10 years.
  23. Re: Retirement Talk - Working Past 65 Can Affect Your Social Security Benefits and...

    I think you should retire even earlier if possible. Since with CSRS & FERS we have a pension, it is better IMO to wait as long as possible before taking SS and using pension & TSP for financial...
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    Re: Continue Term Life insurance?

    You shouldn't need the same amount of life insurance as when you were younger. I got rid of my optional additional coverage under FEGLI when I turned 50 as the rates started getting ridiculous. ...
  25. Re: What is the best way to reduce my taxable income

    FSAFEDS is good but you have to use it within specified time. HSA with high deductible health insurance (if you put max allowable for self or family) is better at tax savings in long run but you...
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