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  1. Re: Share Price History - Website not functioning

    I get share price history only going back to April 25th. There is no option to input custom dates. Another TSP website screwup.
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    Re: NEW WEBSITE IS NOW ACTIVE- SIGN UP NOW.

    The website shows my YTD return as of June 1, 2022 = +1.11%. Interesting since I've lost about $25K this YTD.
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    Re: NEW WEBSITE IS NOW ACTIVE- SIGN UP NOW.

    The web site is a :(complete failure. It would not verify my cell phone, the same number I use for access to the old system for years. Uploaded my driver license which was rejected for being too...
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    Re: Funding a house down payment

    I'd apply for a home loan instead of withdrawing from TSP or 403-B plans.
    If you were to retire at 12/31/22 it would take at least 120 days before the TSP would declare your unpaid loan as a...
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    Re: Withdrawals After Age 55 Without Penalty

    Actually it's not a 20% federal tax on your TSP withdrawal. That is the amount of federal income tax withholding. Your TSP withdrawal is ordinary taxable income. You may or may not get a refund of...
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    Your Personal Investment Performance (PIP) for the past 12 months ending 01/31/2022 is 34.21%.
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    Sticky: Re: Guess the Dow Contest For 2022

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    Re: Accessing Employee Express

    The Login.gov website is legit. I have used it in the past.
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    Re: Tsunami's Account Talk

    One advantage of being in stocks on the last day of the month is that you have 3 possible IFT's the following month (with the 3rd move to the G fund). Not counting negligible 1% moves of course.
  10. Re: Using TSP G fund as your cash bucket in retirement?

    Withdrawal rules from the TSP before age 59 1/2 penalty free are rigid and can be complicated. From Investopedia.com:
    Understanding Rule 72(t)Rule 72(t) actually refers to code 72(t), section 2,...
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    Re: August 2021 AutoTracker Winners!

    Congrats to the Winners!
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    Re: Guess the Dow Contest 2021

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    Re: Skorcher's Account Talk

    The S fund value per share dropped below the C fund for the first time since 2003. Wow!
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    Re: What about active employees under 59.5?

    You are correct on point 1. Specific reference is TSP Fact Sheet 10 which can be found at https://www.tsp.gov/PDF/formspubs/tspfs10.pdf
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    Re: Guess the Dow Contest 2020

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    Re: July 2019 AutoTracker Winners!

    Yeah! My first time ever on the top for a month. Thanks Tom.
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    Re: Social Security,now or later?

    My most recent Social Security statement states that by 2035 only about 80% of your benefit can be paid. So that would be another factor to take it earlier rather than later.
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    Re: June 2019 AutoTracker Winners!

    Congrats to the winners. If only I was as smart as them.
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    Re: Planning for Retirement

    Regarding A: A transfer from TSP to an IRA incurs no tax. Not sure what you mean by 100%. You can transfer any % of your TSP to an IRA. When the new rules kick in you won't be limited to two...
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    Your Personal Investment Performance (PIP) for the past 12 months ending 08/31/2018 is 9.07%.
    (Your PIP is posted by the 3rd business day of each month.)
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    Your Personal Investment Performance (PIP) for the past 12 months ending 03/31/2018 is 6.08%.
    (Your PIP is posted by the 3rd business day of each month.)
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    Re: 2017 tsp statements

    I was looking at the date of my prior annual statements and they all show early April. Your 4th quarter statement for 2017 was available in early January.
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    Re: Guess the Dow Contest 2018

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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    Your Personal Investment Performance (PIP) for the past 12 months ending 12/31/2017 is 13.83%.
    Best year since 2013.
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    Your Personal Investment Performance (PIP) for the past 12 months ending 11/30/2017 is 13.63%. :1244:
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