Question 1.....Will i have to pay a federal 10% tax penalty if i take scheduled monthly payments for over 120 months from my TSP account ?
Question 2......If i take my SSI supplement at age 57, will i be able to get my social security at age 62 and get more money ?
I don't feel comfortable with "other " folks handling my money, too many instances of ponzi schemes, fraud, etc. Just my .02 cents.
crondanet5 wrote:There are ETFs that mirror the TSP Funds so you can continue to make money with your rolled over TSP balance.
Name one ETF that mirrors the G fund.
FCOR YTD performance -1.37% -0.69, adding dividends back in it's still -0.16.
G Fund TYD performance +0.81%
Doesn't look the same to me.
crondanet5 wrote:johny125 what will you do at age 70 1/2? Stay or roll?
I guess I will be forced to make that decision in 10 years from now. Crondanet5, what ETF's do you recommend to get returns equivalent to those of the C, S, and I funds?
Pending AllocationsUnder development. For now, you may view Pending Allocations by going to "fantasy TSP" and selecting "Leaderboard sort" of "Pending Allocations".
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