Is your beneficiary designation up to date?
Make sure that, in the event of your death, your TSP account gets distributed according to your wishes. For more information, visit Beneficiaries.

The TSP offers several options for withdrawing the money from your account. When making your decision, it's important to think about your income needs and the lifestyle you would like to have in retirement. The approach you take to withdrawing your TSP account depends on your specific goals. Here are a few examples:


There are many different scenarios that may apply to your circumstances. Your withdrawal decision should also be based on whether or not you have other sources of retirement income. For example, you may have taxable investment accounts, a traditional IRA, a Roth IRA, a company pension, or other types of accounts. All of your resources should be considered when deciding on an optimal withdrawal strategy. Consider consulting a qualified financial advisor or a tax professional for help with your particular situation.

To learn more about your TSP withdrawal options, visit Withdrawals After Leaving Federal Service.

Changing your contributions? Save at least 5% to get your full match.

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Let our online wizard help you with your beneficiary designation. Based on your answers to a series of questions, it will prefill the appropriate sections of your form and help you avoid mistakes that could cause your form to be delayed or rejected.

Are you separated from federal employment?

If you are separated from federal employment, you may change your address online at My Account: Profile Settings. You will need to enter your TSP account number and your web password to make this change. You may also call the ThriftLine to change your address. Active participants must notify your agency or service when you have an address change.

You cannot use this form to change your address. As a current federal employee or service member, you must change your address through your agency or service.

Are you separated from federal employment?

To change your name, you will need to provide documentation to the TSP. See the instructions on the form for documentation requirements.

You cannot use this form to change your name. As a current federal employee or service member, you must change your name through your agency or service.

Thinking of taking a loan? Please watch this first.

  • Log in to My Account and access the online wizard under "TSP Loans" to help you with your loan request.

Automatic Enrollment Refund Request

You must submit this form within 90 days of the date of the first contribution of your automatic enrollment. Has it been less than 90 days since your first contribution?

You are ineligible to receive an automatic enrollment refund. Please call the ThriftLine if you have any questions.

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