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The elective deferral (contribution) limit for employees who participate in 401(k), 403(b), 457 plans and the federal government's thrift savings plan increased from
Taxpayers will be able to contribute up to $18,000 to their 401(k), 403 (b), most 457 plans and federal government's Thrift Savings Plan in 2015, which is $500 more than 2014 (if you are under the age of 50).
Swayed by the financial industry's marketing efforts,'' Thrift Savings Plan members in recent years "have become an even more popular target'' for companies luring them into higher-cost IRAs, Gregory Long, the plan's executive director, wrote in a May memo to board members.
Should I put 5 percent of my income into my Thrift Savings Plan for retirement, or should I put 5 percent of my income into playing the Powerball?
She earns more than $58,000 a year, has about $7,000 in her Thrift Savings Plan (she socks away about 5% from each paycheck), nearly $3,200 in an IRA, and has $3,000 in her checking and $1,000 in her savings accounts.
The FRTIB said that a separate group of 79,614 people had their Social Security numbers and some Thrift Savings Plan information taken.
The retirement benefit for current employees are composed of three parts: Social Security, which is no different than anyone else paying into the system; Thrift Savings Plan, which is the equivalent of the 401 (k) plans; and the Federal Employee Retirement Systems (FERS itself), which is half of the old Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS).
Don't confuse this program with the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)," added DuBois.