By Leader Staff ReportsMarch 15, 2018
Is your route to retirement mapped out? Training in the Thrift Saving Plan will be held April 10-11 to help Soldiers, Family members and Department of the Army Civilian employees determine the best ways for them to save. The training will be held in three sessions.
Session 1: TSP A to Z Workshop will be held 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1-3 p.m. April 10 at the Solomon Center for Soldiers, Family members and new civilian employees. The session covers every aspect of TSP participation. Topics include the benefits of saving, Traditional and ROTH contribution, blended retirement investments, loans and post-separation withdrawals.
Session 2: TSP for Early and Mid-Career Civilian Employees will be held from 8:30 -- 11:30 a.m. at the Joe E. Mann Ballroom. This session focuses on what early and mid-career civilians employees can do to take full advantage of TSP. Topics include learning how TSP contributions work, the difference between Traditional and Roth contributions and how to manage accounts throughout their careers.
Session 3: TSP Pre-Separation Civilian: To Retirement and Beyond will be held from 1 -- 4 p.m. April 11 in the Joe E. Mann Ballroom from civilian employees. The session is designed to give late-career civilian employees the tools needed to make smart decision with their TSP savings as they prepare to retire. Topics include TSP withdrawal options and death benefits and provides several retirement scenarios to show how best to turn savings into income.
For more information contact Merryl Christopher at email@example.com.