By Mike Miles
November 14th, 2012 | Uncategorized
Q. I have 10½ years of combined federal and military service and roughly $15,000 in my Thrift Savings Plan, 100 percent allocated to G Fund. I am 33 years old and nowhere near retirement. I plan on working another 22 years for the federal government and do not plan to start using my TSP until I am in my 60s. What would be the best way to allocate my contributions? I’ve had a few friends tell me to shift over to L funds.
A. If you’re not sure what to do, then I recommend that you use the L Fund that most closely corresponds to your life expectancy. For you, this will mean using the L 2050 fund.
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