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  1. Re: Retirement Talk - Deciding When to Claim Your Monthly Social Security Benefits

    Looks like you're very prepared for retirement gibsonman, congrats!
  2. Re: Retirement Talk - Deciding When to Claim Your Monthly Social Security Benefits

    I've always heard, and the SS website seems to confirm it, that the estimates they provide for ages 62, FRA and 70 all assume that you continue working, at your current salary, until you reach those...
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    Re: Successful Fed.Employee-7 figure club?

    I'm in my 31st year now. When I started TSP, I chose 80% C and 20% F and forgot about it. I mean FORGOT about it. I even received correspondence from the TSP folks saying "you haven't changed...
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    Re: Kb9nvh account talk

    Getting close to retirement now, and am watching a lot of advice videos suggesting some split between stocks and bonds where the ratios vary with age. I'm not sure the TSP really has good "bond"...
  5. Re: Vanguard Balanced Index Fund Adm or Vanguard STAR Fund

    I've been watching a lot of the late Jack Bogle's interviews lately, and it seems he likes about a 60/40 stock/bond split generally, although he does admit to acting like a market timer when...
  6. Thread: Pension

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    Re: Pension

    I'm not 100% sure, but I think that the amount on your SS statement at full retirement age PRESUMES that you actually work until full retirement age. If you're retiring before then, your $$$ will be...
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    Re: tsptalk's Market Talk

    so if this breaks through the resistance you see the stock market taking off on the up-side?
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    Re: Is timing everything?

    let me second nasa's advice - put as much as you possibly can into the TSP as soon as you possibly can. I started the gov't age 29 and for 28 years I went 80% C and 20% F. I only recently started...
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    Re: Bquat's Account Talk

    I thought they would just honor today's activity at COB pricing today, only process it tomorrow ? That's what tsp.gov seems to indicate...
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    Re: Whipsaw's Account Talk

    I'm 100% G now too, and have been wanting to get back in. Have you decided yourself yet?
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    Re: DreamboatAnnie's Account Talk

    I'd like to get into external IRAs this year. Just curious what brokers are you guys using for your Roths?
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    Re: Tsunami's Account Talk

    That first video is an eye-opener. How accurate do you think that guy is? I'm eligible next year, but plan on staying until 62 if I'm able (4 years). This makes me want to just put my money in the...
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    Re: Alternate LMBF methods

    This is a long thread and I may have misinterpreted a previous post, but shouldn't the LMBF-1 G>F invest in the F fund whenever G performs best the previous month?

    Also, has anyone looked at a SIM...
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    Re: DreamboatAnnie's Account Talk

    I'm a newbie so sorry in advance if these questions are obvious.

    DBA, I see you're 100% in the G fund. Just curious why you didn't put some in the F fund? Do you expect that to drop a lot in...
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