TSP.Gov Login – Portal to log into your TSP account.
Historical Tsp Fund Returns
Monthly TSP Returns – Provides the historical TSP Returns for TSP & Lifecycle Funds for the past 12 months.
Annual TSP Returns – Provides the historical TSP Returns for TSP & Lifecycle Funds for the last 10 years. It also gives you an option to see the performance of the L Funds since their inception.
TSP Share Price History – A great tool that allows you to retrieve the share price for any of the TSP & Lifecycle Funds on any given day. Additionally it allows you to download the information.
TSP Fund Information
TSP G Fund – The G Fund’s investment objective is to produce a rate of return that is higher than inflation while avoiding exposure to credit (default) risk and market price fluctuations.
TSP F Fund – The F Fund assets are held in a separate account and managed to track the Barclays Capital U.S. Aggregate Bond Index. This broad index includes U.S. Government, mortgage-backed, corporate, and foreign government (issued in the U.S.) sectors of the U.S. bond market. The earnings consist of interest income on the securities and gains (or losses) in the value of the securities.
TSP C Fund – The C Fund’s investment objective is to match the performance of the Standard and Poor’s 500 (S&P 500) Index, a broad market index made up of stocks of 500 large to medium-sized U.S. companies.
TSP S Fund – The S Fund’s investment objective is to match the performance of the Dow Jones U.S. Completion Total Stock Market Index, a broad market index made up of stocks of U.S. companies not included in the S&P 500 Index.
TSP I Fund – The I Fund invests in a stock index fund that fully replicates the MSCI EAFE (Europe, Australasia, Far East) Index. The earnings consist of gains (or losses) in the price of stocks, dividend income, and change in the relative value of currencies.
TSP L Funds – The L Funds, or “Lifecycle” funds, use professionally determined investment mixes that are tailored to meet investment objectives based on various time horizons. The objective is to strike an optimal balance between the expected risk and return associated with each fund.
TSP Fund Comparison Matrix – Provides a comparison of all the TSP Funds with one another while providing insights regarding risk, volatility, and type of earnings.
How Much Should I Save – The TSP is one source of your retirement income. Other major sources of retirement income include your FERS Basic Annuity or CSRS annuity (or your retired pay if you are a member of the uniformed services), Social Security benefits, individual retirement accounts (IRAs), and other savings.
How Much Will My TSP Portfolio Grow – This calculator will show you the growth of your current TSP account balance, growth of future contributions from your paycheck, or both.
How Much Can I Contribute To My TSP – TSP members should use this calculator to determine the specific dollar amount to be deducted each pay period in order to maximize your contributions and, if you are a FERS employee, to ensure that you do not miss out on Agency Matching Contributions.
Thrift Savings Plan Paycheck Estimator – Use this calculator to estimate how a contribution to your TSP account will affect your take-home pay and your account savings over time.
Contribution Comparison – This TSP Calculator helps you assess how the tax treatment choice between traditional TSP or Roth TSP contributions affects your paycheck.
TSP Retirement Income – If you want monthly income from your TSP account when you separate from Federal service, you have two options, TSP monthly payments or a life annuity. This calculator will help you decide whether receiving monthly income is right for you by comparing the available options and features that might meet your needs.
TSP Loan Payments – The Loan Calculator estimates loan payments based on the amount you want to borrow from your TSP account, the current loan interest rate, and other factors. To borrow from your TSP account, you must be a Federal employee in pay status. If you qualify for a TSP loan, the maximum amount you may be eligible to borrow is $50,000; the minimum amount is $1,000.
TSP 1 – Use this form to start, stop, or change the amount of your contributions to the Thrift Savings Plan
TSP U 1 – Military members use this form to start, stop, or change the amount of your contributions to the Thrift Savings Plan
TSP 3 – Use this form to designate a beneficiary or beneficiaries to receive your Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) account after your death.
TSP 9 – Use this form to change your address for your TSP account if you are no longer employed as a Federal civilian employee or are no longer a member of the uniformed services.
TSP 17 – Use this form to provide information about potential beneficiaries of a deceased Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) participant.
TSP 20 – Use this form to apply for a loan from your TSP account.
TSP 25 – Complete this form to request a refund of the contributions to your TSP account (plus earnings or minus losses) that were deducted from your pay due to automatic enrollment. The TSP must receive this form no later than 90 days from the date of your first contribution.
Special Power Of Attorney – The purpose of this document is to designate a person as your agent to act on your behalf with the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP).
Economic Hardship Withdrawal – It is possible to take an in-service withdrawal from your TSP account to meet a financial hardship. But before you do, it’s important to understand how it will affect your account.