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    Quote Originally Posted by joblin20 View Post
    Will this have any ramifications on the G fund?

    No. Your money will be there when you withdraw it down the road.

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    Senate may vote Wednesday on bill to prevent a government shutdown as deadline approaches

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    The Senate could vote as soon as Wednesday on a bill that would prevent a government shutdown, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said.

    The legislation would fund the government into early December and provide money for hurricane relief and Afghan refugee resettlement, he said.

    Congress has to pass a funding bill before midnight Thursday to avoid a shutdown.

    Lawmakers will have to separately raise the U.S. debt ceiling before Oct. 18 to prevent a first-ever default.
    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/29/gove...ding-bill.html
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    FYI-
    My co-worker in October 2019 prior to pandemic with 25 plus years of service plus over 66 yr old postponed retirement stayed at work one month extra (November 2019) until they were told their retirement package was ready with date of expected annuity payment date with accepted application.
    My October 2019 projected retirement application for June 2020 was already in progress with prior estimate of 3-4 months for full annuity payment. The estimate was just an estimate and actually took 4 months for partial pay and 7 months for full annuity with slight bump in road working in more than one agency.
    Make sure your financially comfortable, fortunate for me I saved my vacation time paid and used my checking buffer for the additional shortfall, actually planned for savings/ discretionary in retirement. Make a plan and adjust as needed if able.
    The application process was comfortable, keep required information handy, communicate as requested and as always be nice.

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    Senate reaches a deal to avoid a government shutdown

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    The Senate has reached a deal to avoid a government shutdown, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said late Wednesday.

    The legislation would fund the government into early December and provide money for hurricane relief and Afghan refugee resettlement, he said.

    Congress has to pass a funding bill before midnight Thursday to avoid a shutdown.

    Lawmakers will have to separately raise the U.S. debt ceiling before Oct. 18 to prevent a first-ever default.
    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/29/gove...ding-bill.html
    Tom
    Market Commentary | My Blog | TSP Talk Plus | |

    I am not a Registered Investment Advisor. Please do your own due diligence.

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