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    Poll: Re: Maricar19 Account Talk

    Unfortunately, if I am not mistaken, we have to do a 2 step process to rollover traditional TSP to Roth IRA.
    We rollover first from Traditional TSP to Traditional IRA which is not taxable.
    And...
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    Re: My retirement journey

    James48843,

    FYI - I retired 4/30/2016 and my case was finalized on 7/12/2016.
    I started receiving my regular pension on 8/1/2016 (supplement included).
    Hope this helps.

    But remember, there...
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    Re: Federal / Military Pension Retirement?

    Thanks PO, john770, and ravensfan for the responses.

    From Tricare website, we qualify for Select and Prime

    1.Good to know that dental and vision will still be available for us if we decide to...
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    Re: New Retirement Talk Page

    [QUOTE=john770;646051]Are you referring to VA health care when you reference Federal medical insurance..?

    Thanks for the response. I am referring to non VA Federal Medical Insurance- Blue Cross...
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    Re: New Retirement Talk Page

    Hello Everybody:
    Review of facts:
    1. We are both retired from the government and receiving both Federal and military pensions and military disability pay.
    2. One of us just got rated by the VA...
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    Re: Coronavirus and Stocks

    Scary, but I guess the reality of the coronavirus is slowly sinking in amongst investors.
    Market crash had been "predicted" even before coronavirus, but this market is so resilient.
    The BIG $...
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    Re: How Long Will You Live?

    James, is smoking allowed...at least on the deck? LOL
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    Re: How Long Will You Live?

    Thanks James for the calculator. I am happy with 78 (per your calculator),4 years more than my parents . If I quit smoking now and do some light exercises, it might add 2-6 years to my life...
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    Re: Federal / Military Pension Retirement?

    Thanks PO, NASA and Scout.
    Q: Since we are under 65yo, we are currently covered by BCBS and Tricare Select. I guess my question is, when we go to the BCBS doctor, do we still pay the $30 copay?
    Q:...
  10. Re: Retired FERS-VERA/VSIP Considering 72(t) TSP Withdrawal Options

    Thanks for the response. Is it based on gross or net?
  11. Re: Retired FERS-VERA/VSIP Considering 72(t) TSP Withdrawal Options

    Bump
  12. Re: Retired FERS-VERA/VSIP Considering 72(t) TSP Withdrawal Options

    Not sure if this is the correct thread to post my question, please be kind (LOL).
    My spouse worked until March 2019 and earned $17343 and contributed $2800 to Traditional TSP.
    Spouse retired since...
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    Re: New Retirement Talk Page

    Latest on Military and Federal Retirement:

    We found a letter from the VA (almost lost in our piles of unopened mail) notifying us that we haven't enrolled in Tricare Select. We called and were...
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    Re: Continue Term Life insurance?

    1.At 55 years old, before we retired, we gradually reduced our 5X to 0 and took private insurance for a 20 year term for $300K each (monthly premium ($189 -smoker and $79 for non-smoker).
    Our HFA...
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    Re: PessOptimist's Retirement Story

    Refund of premium death benefitIf your FLTCIP 3.0 coverage is in force on your date of death, a refund of premium death benefit may be payable. Any PSF amount available will be paid as a refund of...
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    Re: November 2019 AutoTracker...

    Thanks Tom for my Amazon card.
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    Re: New Retirement Talk Page

    Late Update on my USNR Military Annuity:

    I finally received my military annuity (retroactive from December 2018- November 2019) on December 11, less taxes and etc.

    Just a refresher, I...
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    Re: New Retirement Talk Page

    Update 10/22/2019:

    DFAS called and was advised that my claim for early 3 months military pension was approved (based on NDAA 2008). So, instead of my military pension starting last March 2019...
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    Re: New Retirement Talk Page

    I am not sure if mine is considered complicated.
    I have 9 years of USN active duty, USN Reserve after that with 2 deployments to Kuwait/Iraq in 2005-2006 and 2007-2008. I am also claiming for the...
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    Re: New Retirement Talk Page

    Late Update:

    I started receiving my regular Federal Annuity last 2019. What confuses me is that they are in my account either on the 30th or 31st, but never on the 1st. I thought, as FERS retiree,...
  21. Re: Updated information about changes to TSP withdrawal options

    Avoid Notary Fees- We went to TD bank and found out that they provide free notary service. Check with your local banks if they provide free notary service.
  22. Re: Updated information about changes to TSP withdrawal options

    "ONLINE" Withdrawals

    Unfortunately, if you are married, withdrawal is not purely online. You complete the paperwork online, and then have the paperwork signed by you and your spouse in front of...
  23. Re: Updated information about changes to TSP withdrawal options

    TSP's Response: "This responds to your inquiry of September 15, 2019, concerning your Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) account. You asked if your withdrawal is made proportionally from each of your...
  24. Re: Updated information about changes to TSP withdrawal options

    If your traditional TSP is invested in G (50%), C (25%) and S (25%), how is money withdrawn from your account? Is it withdrawn proportionately?
    Example: if you want $5000 monthly, is $2500...
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    Your Personal Investment Performance (PIP) for the past 12 months ending 06/30/2019 is 5.96%.
    (Your PIP is posted by the 3rd business day of each month.)
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