By Mike Miles
April 29th, 2013 | Uncategorized
Q. I will be 63 years old in August. I have made a previous partial Thrift Savings Plan withdrawal but need another for a down payment on a home.
1. Can I make another partial withdrawal? If not, what regulation dictates that I cannot?
2. If I can’t make another partial withdrawal and decide to take monthly payments, can I set the monthly payment amount or does TSP have a required monthly distribution rule? And will the remaining balances continue to earn income?
A. You are limited to one partial withdrawal during your lifetime. I’m not a lawyer, so you’ll have to look up the regulation yourself. You may request automatic monthly withdrawals in any amount you like and change the amount once each year in January. Your remaining balance continues to be invested according to your direction.
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