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    Re: Monthly return rate

    Just go to the TSP "public" website, and then to the "Current Limits and Rates" page. The "Loan Interest Rate for New Loans" is the same as the "G" Fund interest rate.

    currentLimitsAndRates.html
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    Re: 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

    Well, the Fed shot their wad, and nothing much changed except a few day traders made some money. Now what?
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    Re: Monthly return rate

    Loan interest rate for new loans is 2.000%.
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    Re: Monthly return rate

    Frixxxx

    Looks like you made the call a little too early this month - you usually wait until the end of the first week? Anyway, rate is now up a teensy bit:

    "Loan interest rate for new loans is...
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    Just in case...

    Haven't been by here for a while. Thought I'd pop this old thread up to the top, just in case it is still of interest to the newer members. Happy New Year.
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    Re: Fun Question For Our Math Geniuses

    Thanks, Frixxxx, for taking the time to respond to my frivolous question. If I am correct, you simply calculated how long it would take $13.13, compounded annually at 3%, to reach the sum of...
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    Fun Question For Our Math Geniuses

    When I retired (5-31-2008), I took the "Series of Monthly Payments" withdrawal option from my TSP account. As I approach 2 years retired, so far it has worked perfectly. My plan was to keep the...
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    Re: Have you any info on:

    2moryrs: I just noticed your question about Snow-Cap. I attended a pre-retirement seminar given by one of their "instructors" in late 2007, about 6 months before I retired. I thought it was very...
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    Re: Freshly Retired - Got Some Questions

    Zebra: I know this thread is getting kinda long, but if you look back to the 2nd page, you'll see this question has already been answered. In my case, the interim payment is about 88% of the amount...
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    Re: Freshly Retired - Got Some Questions

    RunningFool: Sorry, but I'm still 2 years away from having to worry about Medicare and the other associated programs, so I can't offer any opinion. Hope someone else will read your question and have...
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    Re: Freshly Retired - Got Some Questions

    Me again. I just realized that when I wrote my "Retirement Timeline" (see earlier entry in this thread) I completely left out one of the most important items: my interaction with the TSP! Senility...
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    Re: Freshly Retired - Got Some Questions

    GWILLIAMS: Thank you, Sir, for your input. We have more in common than just our retirement date. My federal employment history is also somewhat complex. First I had military time (Air Force),...
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    Re: Freshly Retired - Got Some Questions

    XL-entLady: I concur with your BENEFEDS billing experience - it is a little erratic. My first bill was for 3 months premium, my second bill for 2 months, and the third and forth (just got it...
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    Re: Freshly Retired - Got Some Questions

    clester: Interim payments. I wasn't eligible for the SS supplement, so don't know about that. As for the percentage of the interim payment - my experience seems to agree well with that of...
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    Re: Freshly Retired - Got Some Questions

    roskopfm: You asked about the Flexible Spending Account (FSA). I never had one of these accounts, so I have no direct knowledge on the subject. However, it took me about 3 minutes to find the...
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    Re: Freshly Retired - Got Some Questions

    Here is how my retirement went:

    FERS Retirement Process Timeline


    12 Months before PRD (Planned Retirement Date): Attended Pre-Retirement Seminar sponsored by my employer (TSA) and...
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    Re: Freshly Retired - Got Some Questions

    Greetings Handballer! Welcome to the good life. I have a lot of free time on my hands, too. I have thought about posting a short synopsis of my retirement experience, but wasn't sure how...
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    Re: Freshly Retired - Got Some Questions

    Hello "Readytoretire", it was nice of you to drop by my old thread, and bring it to the top of the stack. The answer to your question is easy: you cannot be sure of the future performance of any of...
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    Re: Freshly Retired - Got Some Questions

    I have no heirs, so I'm not concerned with retaining a big chunk of cash to pass on. I only have to take care of myself and my wife. We have other sources of revenue besides the TSP account. I am...
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    Re: Freshly Retired - Got Some Questions

    By the way, after I posted this question, I realized it probably should have gone into the "TSP Strategies > Retirement Talk" section. Sorry about that. If I have more questions (and I will) I will...
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    Re: Freshly Retired - Got Some Questions

    Thanx for the replies. Good to know this group includes some Trekkies! To XL-entLady - thanks for taking the time to give details. I think I understand your answer, in regard to removing cash from...
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    Freshly Retired - Got Some Questions

    Greetings to the Collective! I am 62 years old, and freshly retired from TSA - my last work day was May 31st. I am now in the "limbo" between my working life, and my retired life, and while I wait...
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    Re: Question On Timing Of Transfer

    Many thanks to nnuut and tspforretirement for the excellent answers to my question. It is, then, as I thought it should be. Have a Good Day!
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    Re: Question On Timing Of Transfer

    I appreciate the reply to my question, but it does not answer the question I was asking. I am wondering about transfering OUT of "G" fund. Say I am 100% in "G" fund. I enter a transfer request to...
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    Question On Timing Of Transfer

    Many pardons if this has been asked before. I understand a transfer request must be in before noon EST to be effective at closing that same night. Say I am in "G" fund. I submit transfer request...
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