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  1. Re: Losing out on Compound Interest by not rolling over TSP?

    I think you figured it out - 7% is 7% regardless of whether it is all in one pile or multiple piles. The better question is have you invested your $250K and the new contributions in a way that makes...
  2. Re: Difference between TSP Roth and Brokerage Roth IRA?

    Roth TSP contributions come from AFTER tax income correct? And the maximum contribution to TSP ($19,500 + $6500 catchup if over 50) is the sum of the Roth TSP and Traditional TSP. So isn't it...
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    Re: alevin's account talk

    Congratulations on your retirement! So glad to hear you were able to leave your position in the best place possible. I see many who leave without a care for the mess they leave behind. Let us know...
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    Re: rangerray's Account Talk

    It might go back before an increase but it would only affect the average by 1/36 of the difference between December 2018 salary and December 2021 salary. They determine the high three by averaging...
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    Re: rangerray's Account Talk

    I think DBA has it correct: retiring one month early is unlikely to have much impact on your high 3 because it uses the high 36 months. As to annual leave payout - I think some on this site have...
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    Re: rangerray's Account Talk

    Did tax considerations prompt the date change?
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    Re: Flalaw97's Account Talk

    Two more weeks of rising bullish sentiment among those with the "smart money"


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    Re: rangerray's Account Talk

    Congratulations on your impending retirement! Everytime I see someone say they are about to retire, especially folks like you who have been very active on TSPTalk, I say wow, that could be me in a...
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    Re: Housing boom is over?

    I think it is more likely just that the market has burned people out and they are giving up on putting in twenty offers over list and still not getting the house. So perhaps a bit of stabilization?...
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    Your Personal Investment Performance (PIP) for the past 12 months ending 10/31/2021 is 34.28%.
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    Re: New TSP Funds coming?

    I was looking to see if Alight has any similar oferings that might be indicative of what we will see but couldn't find anything.
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    Re: Viva La Migra's Account Talk

    Good luck! I am all in as well (100C). If you don't mind me asking, what was the timeline for your retirement - i.e. when did you get annual leave payout, first partial pension check, corrected...
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    Re: ALRetiree’s Retirement Story

    So about 6 weeks from your retirement on 8/31 you got your annual leave payout? Just checking current timelines.
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    Re: New to TSP Talk

    Welcome. This is a great place to learn more about TSP and all kinds of other retirement questions. I have found members very willing to take the time to provide detailed suggestions in response to...
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    Re: Flalaw97's Account Talk

    And then boom, the most bullish the NAAIM has been in months:


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    Re: Flalaw97's Account Talk

    NAAIM has not turned back to Bullish sentiment, in fact slipped a little more bearish:


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    Re: Whipsaw's Account Talk

    I think you are right, next week is the week after Oct week 3 so by the article's premise we would pull our money tomorrow and sit out next week and get back in on October 25th. Sept 2021 "nasty...
  18. Thread: Roth TSP

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    Re: Roth TSP

    Bullit is right - your TSP contributions (to Roth TSP or Traditional TSP) do not impact your ability to open and contribute to a Roth IRA with Ameritrade. Your contribution limits to Roth IRA in...
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    Re: rangerray's Account Talk

    I know nothing about motorcycles but when it looks like it is moving just sitting there, it must be fun to ride. Enjoy yourself and be safe!
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    Re: bmneveu's Account Talk

    What do you mean by this? Doesn't everyone's biweekly TSP contributions and gov't match land in the TSP account on the Tuesday following the EFT pay day? Which would be tomorrow? Or does it vary? Or...
  21. Re: If L funds rebalance every day, is that daily dollar cost averaging?

    I always learned that dollar cost averaging was a way of not having to worry about buying in at a high point -i.e. that spreading the buys (equal amount each buy) over a period of time meant that you...
  22. Re: If L funds rebalance every day, is that daily dollar cost averaging?

    TSP website says this:

    "Every quarter (three months), the target allocations of all the L Funds except L Income are automatically adjusted, gradually shifting them from higher risk and reward to...
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    Re: DreamboatAnnie's Account Talk

    We need a weekly NAWSB number - National Association of Wall Street Bartenders ;)
  24. If L funds rebalance every day, is that daily dollar cost averaging?

    I think in another thread we agreed that the TSP rebalances the designated percentage of C, S, I, G and F for each L fund daily. Does that mean that every day a person's funds would be rebalanced...
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    Re: Flalaw97's Account Talk

    First true bearish sentiment in months:



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