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    Re: Celebrity RIP Garden

    Adventure author Wilbur Smith dies in Cape town, South Africa November 13, 2021. One of my favorite authors of all time! Couldn't wait every year until the new novel came out! He will be missed!...
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    Re: TSP Tax Question

    Just a thought, I had a similar problem so I just adjusted the withholding on my civil service retirement to compensate for the TSP withdrawals I was taking out. You may be FERS or something else...
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    Re: alevin's account talk

    Congratulations again Alevin on the retirement! You'll love it! Amazing how all the projects will fill the available time! All your neighbors, friends, and long lost relatives will be callin'...
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    Re: alevin's account talk

    Sorry for your losses! It is good to hear from you! Eldercare is no joke. Really stressful on all concerned! My wife and I spent most of the last 25 years taking care of our mothers. Even with...
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    Re: Passing of Burrocrat

    Burro you are missed!
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    Re: JiangWei37's Account Talk

    Wei welcome to the site!
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    Re: coolhand's Account Talk

    Thanks for the many contributions you have made to the site and to my personal understanding of the markets and how they affect our TSP accounts! Wish you all the best! Don't be a stranger! Scout
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    Re: TSP penalty for withdrawl

    Dave , as I understand the rules as LEO you can withdraw from the TSP without the 10% penalty but it isn't tax free unless it is a ROTH account? You may want to confirm this with an accountant who...
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    Re: nasa1974's Account Talk

    DITTO!
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    Re: General Purpose Loan to pay-off mortgage??

    You are smart to think about paying mortgage off by retirement time. I like the option of just paying extra principal each month as this allows you flexibility in the event of a major financial...
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    Re: coolhand's Account Talk

    Thanks for the voice of reason Cool! I am a nervous investor and tend to jump too soon. Usually leave money on the table going in and getting out!:smile:
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    Re: Steel_Magnolia's Account Talk

    Still in but nervous as a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs! Sticky pants deployed. LOL
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    Sticky: Re: Scout333's TSP Contribution Spreadsheet

    http://www.tsptalk.com/utilities/Scouts_Spreadsheet-2021.xlsx
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    Sticky: Re: Scout333's TSP Contribution Spreadsheet

    Hello Fellow TSP'rs! OK Here we go again! The Updated 2021 version of the Scout TSP Contribution spreadsheet is out. Tom was kind enough to post it in the Utilities section. Thanks to MadMike 61...
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    Re: New to the Site: Hello everyone!

    Welcome Jbruce4! Lots of smart folks here! Sounds like you may make your own contributions to the site! Best of luck in your goal for retirement!
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    Re: Got my stimulus check

    Good on you!
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    Re: Got my stimulus check

    My wonderful spouse and I have been wrestling with that as well. We found ways to share it with those who were adversely impacted by the covid. We are working on doing the same with these checks. ...
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    Re: My retirement journey

    Seems to depend on your Agency! Mine took about 30 days. Some have gotten them with their last paycheck. Others with a separate check two weeks or so. Check with HR or your Pay Clerk for your...
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    Re: My retirement journey

    Quabit, most of us saved the maximum A/L which gave us a nice little nest egg while waiting for the finalization of our retirement. Depending on the type of retirement plan you are retiring under...
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    Re: My retirement journey

    James, seems like it was pretty soon after finalizing everything. Within 30 days if I remember correctly. Don't forget all the "deductions" for taxes, health insurance premiums, etc. May cut into...
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    Re: coolhand's Account Talk

    Thing that scares the heck out of me is the lack of anything solid under "Silly markets"! oh well, Best of luck to us all!
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    Re: DreamboatAnnie's Account Talk

    Wise move! I've been scared of this market for weeks. Finally stuck my toes back in for a few days but been scared every day when I woke up and checked the markets. Expecting a huge drop every...
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    Re: ALFAMAN'S retirement story

    Thanks for sharing Alfaman! I guess having some information is better than no updates. I may be an old fogie but I prefer talking to a live human person so I can ask questions, etc. Let us know how...
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    Re: My retirement journey

    Patience my friend you are a retired person now! LOL
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    Re: New to the Site - MrSnapps

    Welcome to TSPTALK! Lots of smart folks here! Read and learn! Best of luck with your investing!
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