TSP.GOV

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ProduceMan
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Re: TSP.GOV

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evilanne wrote: Sun Jun 12, 2022 11:07 pm I'm not a fan...wish I would have downloaded my recent quarterly/annual statements before this change. The only historical info available appears to be year end balances from 2010 onward. The only information under statements appears to be from conversion (Apr 26) to present.
Percentages are rounded to full percentages rather than to 2 decimal places. It allowed me to put in percentages change but I did not complete IFT. transactions...does anyone know how easy it is to cancel or change an IFT once entered in new website? Is there a cancel option once you input the IFT?
I’m wondering since TSP uses “full percentage” now, will this eliminate the IFTies past #2

(The ones that take out of G)
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Re: TSP.GOV

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ProduceMan wrote: Tue Jun 21, 2022 7:35 am
evilanne wrote: Sun Jun 12, 2022 11:07 pm I'm not a fan...wish I would have downloaded my recent quarterly/annual statements before this change. The only historical info available appears to be year end balances from 2010 onward. The only information under statements appears to be from conversion (Apr 26) to present.
Percentages are rounded to full percentages rather than to 2 decimal places. It allowed me to put in percentages change but I did not complete IFT. transactions...does anyone know how easy it is to cancel or change an IFT once entered in new website? Is there a cancel option once you input the IFT?
I’m wondering since TSP uses “full percentage” now, will this eliminate the IFTies past #2

(The ones that take out of G)
Interesting. Unless the ability to set more than 2 IFTs (as long as they're to add to G) was specified in the contractor's requirement spec (and therefore tested before launch of the new site), we may be out of luck :!:

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Re: TSP.GOV

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bloobs wrote: Tue Jun 21, 2022 8:03 am
ProduceMan wrote: Tue Jun 21, 2022 7:35 am
evilanne wrote: Sun Jun 12, 2022 11:07 pm I'm not a fan...wish I would have downloaded my recent quarterly/annual statements before this change. The only historical info available appears to be year end balances from 2010 onward. The only information under statements appears to be from conversion (Apr 26) to present.
Percentages are rounded to full percentages rather than to 2 decimal places. It allowed me to put in percentages change but I did not complete IFT. transactions...does anyone know how easy it is to cancel or change an IFT once entered in new website? Is there a cancel option once you input the IFT?
I’m wondering since TSP uses “full percentage” now, will this eliminate the IFTies past #2

(The ones that take out of G)
Interesting. Unless the ability to set more than 2 IFTs (as long as they're to add to G) was specified in the contractor's requirement spec (and therefore tested before launch of the new site), we may be out of luck :!:

One step forward, many steps back
I’m pretty sure the “G only addition extra IFT” is still in affect (effect or affect). Since you mentioned contractor specs, I’m guessing the ability to take out of G and adding to other funds (after IFT 2), was a mistake. The site used to say the additional moves can “only add to G”, but yet we were still able to “take out of G”. ;)
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Re: TSP.GOV

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GRIPE OF THE DAY:

Get an email from TSP asking to call them as they have important infomation for me.

Now I have to sit on hold for 90 minutes listening to evevator music. If its “that important” why not email me with the 4-1-1, instead of emailing me, asking me to call you, when you know your wait times are stupid high right now? :oops: :shock:
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Fund Prices2022-06-23

FundPriceDayYTD
G $16.92 0.01% 1.09%
F $18.70 0.37% -10.46%
C $57.73 0.96% -19.76%
S $60.75 1.72% -27.19%
I $31.69 -0.31% -19.66%
L2065 $11.82 0.62% -20.59%
L2060 $11.82 0.62% -20.59%
L2055 $11.82 0.62% -20.58%
L2050 $24.70 0.54% -17.73%
L2045 $11.39 0.51% -16.70%
L2040 $42.04 0.47% -15.57%
L2035 $11.25 0.44% -14.31%
L2030 $37.92 0.40% -12.97%
L2025 $11.14 0.28% -9.07%
Linc $22.33 0.17% -4.93%

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