Questions and answers

How do I put money into my TSP account?

How do I put money into my TSP account?

Ways to move money into your TSP account A transfer or “direct rollover” occurs when the eligible plan sends all or part of your money to the TSP. Use Form TSP-60, Request for a Transfer Into the TSP, for tax-deferred amounts. To transfer Roth money, use Form TSP-60-R, Request for a Roth Transfer Into the TSP.

How do I send a fax to TSP?

Additional Information on the Thrift Savings Plan

  1. Fax Number: 1-866-817-5023. Mailing Address: Thrift Savings Plan. P.O. Box 385021.
  2. Fax Number: (703) 592-0151. Mailing Address: TSP Legal Processing Unit. Fairfax Post Office.
  3. Overnight Delivery: Attn: TSP Legal Processing Unit. 12219 Fairfax Town Center. Unit 906.

How do I log into my TSP account?

How to Access Your TSP Account Online

  1. Go to
  2. If you know your TSP account number, enter it in the blocks on the upper left hand side and press the Log In button.
  3. If you do not know your TSP account number, click on the words “forgot your account number or user ID?”

What is the TSP cap for 2020?

The IRC § 402(g) elective deferral limit for 2020 is $19,500. This limit applies to the traditional (tax-deferred) and Roth contributions made by a service member during the calendar year.

Can I contribute to TSP from my bank account?

No you can’t. All TSP contributions must come from payroll deduction or from rollovers from qualified plans. If you are fully funding the TSP, you can contribute to an Individual Retirement Arrangement (IRA) as long as you have earned income.

What is TSP vs tbsp?

In recipes, an abbreviation like tbsp. is usually used to refer to a tablespoon, to differentiate it from the smaller teaspoon (tsp.). Some authors additionally capitalize the abbreviation, as Tbsp., while leaving tsp. in lower case, to emphasize that the larger tablespoon, rather than the smaller teaspoon, is wanted.

What happens to TSP at retirement?

You can get a fixed dollar amount from your TSP each month in retirement. The money is taken out of your TSP retirement account, and the withdrawals will continue as long as your money lasts. Pros – You get a predictable monthly income as long as your money lasts.

What is the most aggressive TSP fund?

On the opposite side of the volatility spectrum, the S Fund (small cap U.S. stocks) has the largest annualized standard deviation: 21.44% as of this writing, and is therefore the riskiest.

Why can’t I access my TSP account?

You can resolve most common account access problems by requesting your account information, updating your validated contact information, or changing the way you receive your one-time security codes for login.