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Old 02-24-2010, 09:01 AM   #21
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My lifetime contrib is $66K, but account is $180K. I don't think they count my other IRAs/401Ks I rolled in to the TSP.

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My 2009 return was 20.26%, was in L2020 and L2010 most of the year, now C 40%, G 40%, S 5%, and I 15%, no F Fund. I have rolled over other IRAs into the TSP and made a one time withdrawal from the TSP into an IRA when I retired. I am now taking monthly withdrawals. Because of these I do not know my return on investment but I like the TSP especially the G Fund, maybe the only bond fund I need.
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My lifetime contrib is $66K, but account is $180K. I don't think they count my other IRAs/401Ks I rolled in to the TSP.
If the IRA/401K was rolled into the TSP in 2009, it should be shown in Your Annual Account Summary under Transfers/Rollovers. If it was made prior to 2009, I would assume that it would be included in the Opening Balance as of Jan 1, 2009 and Closing Balance as of Dec 31, 2009. I don't really know, since I never rolled over anything into my TSP.

Your account balance is higher than mine. I was CSRS, so the gov never put anything into my account or matched anything. Wish mine were higher, but I am also thankful for my CSRS pension.
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I'd trade my TSP match for CSRS!
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I received my TSP annual statement in the mail today.

What a waste of trees! It doesn't tell me anything I didn't already know. Oh well.
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I'd trade my TSP match for CSRS!
That is the reason that I did not switch to FERS.
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