Military? Millennial? Now is the Best Time to Contribute to the TSP

Alecia Blair · 25 March 2015

Military? Millennial? Now is the Best Time to Contribute to Your TSP

Alecia Blair · 25 June 2015

New Year's Saving Resolution #3: Save for Retirement

· 30 January 2013

Question from a Military Saver – Have you Examined your Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) Lately?

· 06 June 2012

Retirement Options for the Reserve Component

· 26 September 2014

Saving for Retirement: How to Avoid Financial Procrastination

· 13 February 2013

Saving for Retirement: TSP Contribution Allocations and Interfund Transfers

· 15 August 2012

Seamless Saving with the TSP

Alecia Blair · 18 February 2016

Sign Up and Save with the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)

· 24 June 2014

Supplement Your Retirement by Setting It on Autopilot

· 16 October 2014

Supplement Your Retirement by Setting it On Autopilot Today

Alecia Blair · 23 July 2015

The TSP vs. the SDP: Don’t Let the Letters Confuse You

Alecia Blair · 18 February 2015

The TSP: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

Alecia Blair · 24 November 2015

There’s More to the TSP than the G Fund

· 10 September 2013

Three Things to Know When You Have Two TSP Accounts

Benjamin Moss · 19 December 2019

Three Ways to Add $100,000 to Your TSP Retirement Account

Alecia Blair · 25 February 2016

Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) Roth Option

· 27 November 2012

Tools You'll Want to Use from the TSP

· 13 December 2012

What's So Great About the TSP?

Alecia Blair · 21 June 2016

Your Thrift Savings Plan Is Not a Christmas Club

· 05 November 2013

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Involving Kids in Family Finances


One of the best lessons we can share with our kids is about money. By middle school, kids should have a good understanding of how money works as well as the importance of saving.


Making Saving Automatic Leads to Personal Success

Ryan’s savings journey started when he was an active duty airman. Frequent deployments and temporary duty assignments gave him the opportunity to save. By the time he transitioned out of active duty, he had built up a healthy rainy-day fund and had started to aggressively save for retirement.


When You Start Small, Saving is Easy

When Attiyya first got married, she and her Marine husband had just graduated from college and were focused on paying off student loan debt. They had both attended private schools and had sizeable loans. Then three months after the wedding, the couple found out they were pregnant with their first child.

The first year of their marriage, says Attiyya, was a balancing act between paying down debt and saving for the future.