Investing in the Thrift Savings Plan, a Workshop for TSP Participants
The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is a critical for the retirement security of Federal retirees. Most FERS retirees will need TSP withdrawals to supplement their annuities (pensions) at some point. If participants do not correctly manage their TSP accounts, their retirement security may be at risk.
Because the TSP is so important to Federal employees and retirees, Montgomery College asked Arthur Stein, CFP® to teach a three hour class.
Course participants learn about differences in the TSP investment funds, short-term and long-term considerations when choosing funds, withdrawal options, tax considerations, the Roth TSP option, Required Minimum distributions and the Life Annuity option.
This class will help employees and retirees make informed decisions about their TSP accounts. This is only relevant to TSP participants or Federal employees considering participation.
You must register directly with Montgomery College.
To register on the web,
Click “Personal Finance Academy” (in the right column)
Choose PRF155: “Investing in the Thrift Savings Plan When Working and Retired”
Wednesday class is CRN # 14942
Date: July 10, 2019 from 6:30 to 9:30 PM
Location: Montgomery College, Rockville, MD
Cost: MD residents: $40; Non-MD Residents: $70
Email me if you prefer to register by fax or mail. I will send you the appropriate form.