TSP still hasn't posted prices for July 18
Well, there's no going back now. That'd be like re-installing windows 98. Nothing will work with it anymore.
There is a new website, that I spent $20k to have professionally developed, that was intended to merge TSPcalc and TSPcenter. The idea was that I would hire a professional design firm to do all of the visual things, and I would manage the back-end. They did their part. I never did mine. So I don't know if I will ever launch it. Here's what the new forum would look like:
And the new home page, ignore the error banner:
Similar thing with the TSPcalc app, but the opposite problem. It works, it's on my phone, and I get push trade alerts, but it's ugly and not very user friendly. I don't know if I will ever launch that either.
The weakest link here is me.
I still use TSPcenter to keep a daily/weekly eye on my own TSP account ... especially since the TSP.GOV website made its new changeover. And I still use TSPcalc (maybe not as such) to do research or to create a new model. I found #141365, 171558, 171082, 122310, and created 172005 for a simple retirement plan. I will gladly keep paying the $20/year to keep this service!
Thank you for both of these websites and I hope you keep them going!
At one time you were a virtual power plant of enthusiasm about TSP. What changed?
- Dean Witter
"Put all your eggs in one basket and then watch that basket."
- Andrew Carnegie
I moved back to the US, went to swing shift, and bought a boat.
Recommended Reading: http://tspcenter.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=13474
"It's not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters" Epictetus
Probably not that difficult, but I don't spend much time developing tspcenter anymore.
I don't have time to check right now but I will try to follow up. Don't be afraid to remind me
It looks like it sorted itself out. Could have been a glitch that occured when mysql crashed.