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  1. Kim451
    07-09-2019 10:03 PM
    Kim451
    Thanks. Wow, that would be complicated. Employer contributed 4% of my salary and I contributed 18%. My salary varied by every different posting I went to (every 2 to 3 years I transferred to a new place). It kinda boggles the mind trying to see how that would get figured out. Anyway, I’m not sure I can afford to buy a new place in Honolulu so it may be a moot point. I won’t start pulling that $ for another 10 years or so. Thanks!
  2. Kim451
    05-14-2019 05:25 PM
    Kim451
    Hello Bill, I'm still trying to find an answer to this one and was wondering if you might know? Hawaii doesn't tax the TSP, but would it tax it if I move the money from the TSP to Vanguard and withdrew from there? In 10 years or so. The guy at EA Buck was saying they'd only tax the portion that I put in (18% of my salary) and not the portion the govt put in (the 4% match or so) so that would tax most of it. I'm confused.... And my accountant is in Indiana! Got advice? Thanks
  3. augam
    01-12-2018 02:19 PM
    augam
    Hello Bill. Could you elaborate on the differences in the management of the funds for the increase in fees and whether or not it may be worth it.

    Thanks,
    Tony

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  • About HNL Bill
    Gender
    Male
    State
    Hawaii
    Retirement Year
    2019
    Interests
    Scuba diving, photography, drone
    Biography
    Photographer, traveler, audiophile, movieholic, techie, scientist
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    Balance in everything.

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