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The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is available to all U.S. government employees and is one of the most efficient and easy to understand retirement plans in use today. But while thousands of civilian and military employees defer a portion of their earnings into the plan each year, many participants do not understand the actual fund options available or are unsure which funds are appropriate for them.
The Thrift Savings Plan offers participants the options of income, capital preservation and growth. The annual investment expenses in TSP are among the lowest in the financial industry, and all of the funds are fully transparent.
“According to a Moss Adams research study, 81% of investors surveyed said they want financial advice on more than just investments.”
Find the answers you need on our Financial Education page.
We provide financial resources at your fingertips: webinars, seminars, educational videos, retirement calculators and white papers. Our online Financial Education Center is a great place to start!
These are five areas you must address to maximize retirement.
- Determine whether you are on track to retire.
- Determine when to file for social security.
- Withdrawal strategies in retirement.
- Determine how to manage risks.
- How to minimize taxes in retirement.
We help you acquire the investment & insurance best for you.
We represent you, not the insurance or investment company. We are 100% independent, have access to all major companies and have no financial incentive to sell any one company’s product. Our objective is to help you find the best solution at the lowest cost.
As your finances and tax law change, updates are needed.
Your finances change over time and should be reviewed periodically. We schedule annual reviews with our clients to answer any questions, review investments and insurance, discuss tax law changes and identify any potential opportunity costs.