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    Re: Expanding the TSP to Help Poor?

    So you are spending $100B to get this off the ground with a 5% match? How many more government employees are they going to need to hire to manage this and what is that cost? You would face a lobby...
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    Re: TSP Poker Club

    Happy Easter...Poker in. 5 minutes
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    Re: Retirement contributions/tax question

    Yes, depending on your age when you retire, it can range from 15 to 30 years. If you are married, spouse's age may be a factor. I wouldn't worry about trying to understand it since you retired...
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    Re: TSP Tax Question

    This is the last year (unless they extend) so if you are going to do it, now would be the time. Credit is 22% for systems installed in 2021, so 73K X 22% = $16K credit or tax liability needed to...
  5. Re: Bucket Strategy with TSP and Vanguard accounts

    Bullit is right that the IRA rules are more complicated, especially if you retire before 59.5. If you retire after 55 (50 for LEOs) you can withdraw from TSP without penalty. In IRA you would have...
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    Re: 1099-R State distribution

    Select the 1st one and see how that works. You should get box 16. If that doesn't work, you may need to delete what you have and add it again selecting regular 1099-R


    Form 1099-R



    Form...
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    Re: TSP Poker Club

    Sunday Night Poker reminder...30 minutes to kick off
  8. Re: Hello and a question on TSP loan and contributions

    Bullitt is correct. The Roth 5 year rule applies to the 1st Roth opened, so it is important to keep track of your various Roths and contributions and to open one sooner than later, even if it is a...
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    Re: Social Security,now or later?

    DBA, The current tax system already takes from one to give to others.

    I agree that raising the limit or taxing all wages would solve part of the problem. We should raise it at least to the...
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    Re: 17l threshold question

    Here is an older version of the form OPM uses to determine if the supplement gets reduced https://www.opm.gov/forms/pdf_fill/ri92-022_2019_03.pdf. It is clear that it is your SS wages that they go by...
  11. Re: Hello and a question on TSP loan and contributions

    Bullit make a good point on the 5 year rule, but the confusing part comes when you start taking distributions if it includes earnings..
    See...
  12. Re: Hello and a question on TSP loan and contributions

    Mufasa,
    Before you get too creative with your contributions,
    See https://www.investopedia.com/articles/retirement/04/042804.asp
    For Backdoor Roths see...
  13. Re: Hello and a question on TSP loan and contributions

    I don't think TSP will allow anything backdoor and no conversions, but if you have an existing traditional IRA you can transfer it into your TSP. You can also transfer in other retirement accounts...
  14. Re: Hello and a question on TSP loan and contributions

    I'm not sure I understand your question.
  15. Re: Single Life Annuity: Keep or take Lump Sum Payout ??

    Leo,

    I'm not sure you could do a rollover to TSP in this situation https://www.tsp.gov/account-basics/move-money-into-tsp/ You may want to call TSP.

    You should be able to roll it over into an...
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    Re: Excess A/L question

    It does count as earned income for tax purposes as it is reported on a W-2
  17. Re: Hello and a question on TSP loan and contributions

    Mufasa,
    You are ahead of 75% of the population in retirement savings. Before increasing your TSP, I would consider fully funding an outside Roth IRA each year for several reasons. There is a 5 year...
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    Re: TSP Poker Club

    PessOptimist,

    Your mailbox needs to be cleaned out...tried to PM you but it said your mailbox is full. Hope you are well. We miss you on Sunday nights for poker.
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    Re: TSP Poker Club

    Poker starts in 10 minutes...looks like guys are afraid to play ;)
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    Re: New to the Site: Hello everyone!

    Welcome! Wishing you many positive returns!
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    Sticky: Re: Guess the Dow Contest 2021

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    Re: TSP Poker Club

    We really need to get some more players.
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    Re: My retirement journey

    James,

    What agency did you work for? In 2016 it only took 3-4 months to get interim payment adjustment for me but there wasn't any outside factors like COVID
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    Re: My retirement journey

    The annual leave generally comes right after your last paycheck. It is from your agency so you shouldn't have to worry about it like you do with OPM interim retirement payments.
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    Re: Retirement contributions/tax question

    That is the amount that they took out of your paycheck each paycheck - the 0.8% is aftertax dollars so when you get your retirement 1099-R the portion attributable to your FERS contribution is not...
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