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  1. Kim451
    07-09-2019 10:03 PM
    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
    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
    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.


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