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The Thrift Savings Plan is a defined contribution plan, meaning that the federal retirement income you receive from your Thrift Savings Plan account will depend on how much you (and your agency, if you are eligible to receive agency contributions) put into your account during your working years and the earnings accumulated over that time. Federal Retirement Advisors are standing by.Find Out More
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We Teach Federal Employees
While every federal employee has the same benefits, there is no such thing as a one size fits all when it comes to how an employee uses the federal benefits plan. Each employee has different needs and this requires changes in how the benefits are utilized. We help employees maximize their federal retirement benefits both in service and in retirement.
The decision to retire is significant. For most employees the decision comes after serving 25 or 30 years and represents one of the biggest decisions they will ever make. Once the process is set in motion there is no turning back so employees need to be completely sure about their federal retirement income before making the decision.
Pension Max is a way for employees to maximize federal retirement benefits with a combination of annuity and life insurance options available to them.
Kenneth & Maureen FalkUSPS Las Vegas - P&DC Operations Supply Specialist
My wife Maureen and I have both been postal employees for over 30 years. Matthew’s consultation helped to open our eyes to the options available to us as we near retirement. Both Maureen and I rolled over our TSP account within a year of each other, and while still in service. We would highly recommend all postal/federal employees to do the free benefits review.
Sandra FuentesRetired Postmaster/ AZ
After reviewing my TSP withdrawal options in retirement, I felt as though the rollover to a safe plan with flexible withdrawal options was best for me. My nest egg still earns interest, plus I received a very healthy bonus from the insurance company.
Mike & Laura McCulloughUSPS- Ripon, CA
When we agreed to meet with a federal benefits advisor outside of the Post Office we were admittedly skeptical, however when we met with Matthew Van Ry, he was very knowledgeable, professional and personable. We did our TSP rollover in 2009 and couldn’t be more pleased with the performance of our annuity. We plan to rollover our 2nd TSP balance when Mike retires in 2013.