G Fund $15.2414 $0.0010 0.36%
F Fund $17.6459 $0.0643 1.13%
C Fund $32.7539 $0.0565 6.09%
S Fund $43.0714 $0.0464 5.06%
I Fund $25.6378 -$0.1967 4.21%
L 2050 $17.0692 -$0.0141 4.55%
L 2040 $29.8376 -$0.0192 4.07%
L 2030 $27.7837 -$0.0140 3.53%
L 2020 $25.0776 -$0.0057 2.45%
L Income $18.6675 $0.0006 1.40%
TSP Portfolio Tracker™
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What is it?
The TSP Portfolio Tracker™ is a web based application that allows you to enter your TSP transaction data and estimate the current value of your TSP portfolio in real time based on the current share prices of each of the funds in the Thrift Savings Plan. You simply register to create an account and then you can add or import your buy and sell transactions to the program to start tracking your portfolio's performance. Best of all, it’s free!
TSPDataCenter.com and the TSP Portfolio Tracker™ are not affiliated with the official Thrift Savings Plan web site. The TSP Portfolio Tracker™ does not conduct actual trades of shares nor does it connect to your trading account with the TSP to share or move data, thus further ensuring your personal security.
Is it secure?
TSPDataCenter.com uses standard http encryption to ensure your log in information and other data are secure when entered on the site. Minimal personal information is required to create an account (only your name and email address), and your personal information is never displayed publicly and is only used by the program to identify you when you log in to view your portfolio and transactions.
You choose an anonymous username to use when logging in which also serves to identify your portfolio as your own. We urge you not to pick your actual name as your username. You also select a password. As with any site that contains personal information, you must safeguard your username/password to protect against unauthorized access.
I am 61 and getting ready to retire soon when I turn 62 and can draw my Social Security. It doesn't appear I will ever need to touch my TSP or IRA, however, I was told I have to spend my TSP when I get older - is this true?
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