Category Archives: C Fund

C Fund

The TSP C Fund is an index fund, which strives to match the performance of the Standard & Poor’s 500 index, better known as the S&P 500. This index is made up of the 500 largest companies on the NASDAQ and NYSE and accounts for approximately 75 percent of the U.S. stock market’s value. Many…

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The Only TSP Charts You Need

Over the past couple years I have seen numerous charts “analyzing” the Thrift Savings Plan but I’m here to tell you there are only three TSP charts you need to familiarize yourself with on a weekly basis. The G Fund Chart The safest fund offered by the Thrift Savings Plan without question! Unlike the rest of the TSP…

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TSP Retirement Transition

Achieving TSP Retirement Goals

I recently received the following message from one of our subscribers in regards to their retirement account: Immediately upon subscribing and reading your past newsletters, I’ve made 2 changes to my TSP account. First, I created a Roth TSP and moved all future contributions to Roth (I will have contributed $5,000 to Roth by the…

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