G Fund $16.4941 $0.0004 0.88%
F Fund $21.1120 -$0.0216 7.07%
C Fund $54.0324 $0.8602 14.33%
S Fund $69.1067 $0.9263 22.80%
I Fund $34.0506 $0.7193 4.08%
L 2050 $24.9313 $0.3528 10.89%
L 2040 $42.1930 $0.5257 9.79%
L 2030 $37.8065 $0.3960 8.47%
L Income $22.0571 $0.0859 4.11%
L 2025 $10.9309 $0.0933 0.00%
L 2035 $11.2520 $0.1290 0.00%
L 2045 $11.4698 $0.1525 0.00%
L 2055 $11.9090 $0.2044 0.00%
L 2060 $11.9090 $0.2043 0.00%
L 2065 $11.9092 $0.2043 0.00%
TSP and Market News
Bill Would Let Federal Employees Fight Climate Change with Their TSP Accounts
Legislation has been introduced that would give federal employees the option of avoiding the fossil fuel industry with their TSP investments.
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One TSP Fund Up 12.9% in November
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The Top 5 Retirement Myths
The author summarizes five common misconceptions federal employees frequently have about their retirement benefits.
The Top TSP Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Retirement
Are you making these mistakes with your TSP account? They can hold you back in reaching your retirement goals.
Square and PayPal may be the new whales in the crypto market as clients flock to buy bitcoin
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'No. 1' thing preventing a dollar comeback is the virus surge, currency strategist says
Brown Brothers Harriman's Win Thin sees a weakening dollar through early next year.
Dow rallies 500 points to surpass 30,000 for the first time
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Yes, you can get unemployment benefits if you're laid off again. Here's what you need know
State and local officials are imposing new business restrictions. Workers who are laid off again may be able to collect unemployment benefits.
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