Timing the stock market, like breaking even in Atlantic City or Vegas, isn’t easy. To properly time the market you need to know when to buy and when to sell, and to do that you need to predict events.
How did the TSP perform in 2017? What should you be doing to grow your retirement nest egg? Certified financial planner Arthur Stein answers those questions when he joined host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn radio show. January 17, 2017
How would you like 140 paid days off this year? Oh and that doesn’t include weekends which are also yours, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey.
NARFE’s Jessica Klement joins host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn to discuss efforts by her organization and others to protect federal worker’s retirement benefits. January 10, 2017
Most investors in the federal Thrift Savings Plan wouldn’t touch the international stock index I fund with a 10-foot pole. It has been a poor performer for nine of the last 10 years.
Will 2018 be another nerve-wracking time of congress going after feds’ retirement benefits? Find out when Federal News Radio Reporters Nicole Ogrysko and Jory Heckman join host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn. January 3, 2018
Stephen Zelcer, a financial advisor for federal employees, explains whether Medicare is needed when already covered by FEHB.
In a dramatic turn of events, one of the Thrift Savings Plan’s lowest-performing funds in 2016 posted the highest return of 2017.
The secret to becoming a TSP millionaire, according to somebody who did it, is to invest in TSP through good and bad and keep at it for 28 years. Pay yourself first.
Federal News Radio reporters Nicole Ogrysko, Scott Maucione and Meredith Somers will discuss 2017’s top federal stories and the prospects for budget cuts, pay raises and buyouts in the new year.
The end of the year is approaching, and some employees will have to make a decision on whether to use or lose their FSA dollars.
If the Thrift Savings Plan offered federal employee investors a Bitcoin option, would you invest in it?
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says the G fund becomes a political football each time Congress debates raising the debt ceiling, and that makes many investors nervous.
Randy Silvey, president of Silverlight Financial, wants to know if are feds focused on the small things and missing the big picture concerning their retirement savings?