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A friend of mine who is retiring on 31 Dec 2018 was just at one of the "close out" seminars run by our Agency and he was told that, for those that were retiring on the last day of calendar year 2018, they could use the money they will get paid for their annual leave and the partial week (Dec 23-31) pay, to put towards their 2019 TSP contributions if they didn't need the funds to carry them through until their annuity check arrived. Anyone know any truth about that? Can I use my Annual Leave check for my TSP upon retirement? Does that work any time of year or just the end of the year? If that is the case, it could be very beneficial for me!
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