TSP-16, Exception to Spousal Requirements (1/2011)
TSP-U-16, Exception to Spousal Requirements (Uniformed Services version) (1/2011)
Request a waiver of the spouse signature requirements for loans and withdrawals.
2 pages | Last Printed TSP-16 1/2011 | Last Printed TSP-U-16 1/2011
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TSP-25, Automatic Enrollment Refund Request (9/2019)
Request a refund of the contributions to your TSP account (and their earnings) that were deducted from your pay due to automatic enrollment. The TSP must receive this form no later than 90 days from the date of your first contribution.
2 pages | Last Printed 9/2019
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TSP-75, Age-Based In-Service “59½” Withdrawal Request (9/2019)
Log in to My Account and access the online tool to request a withdrawal if you are aged 59½ or older and still a federal employee or member of the uniformed services.
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TSP-76, Financial Hardship In-Service Withdrawal Request (9/2019)
Log in to My Account and access the online tool to request a withdrawal because of a financial hardship if you are still a federal employee or member of the uniformed services.
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TSP-95, Changes to Installment Payments (9/2019)
Log in to My Account and access the online tool to request changes to your existing TSP installment payments.
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TSP-99, Withdrawal Request for Separated and Beneficiary Participants (9/2019)
Log in to My Account and access the online tool to request a withdrawal if you are either separated from service or a beneficiary participant.
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W-4P, Withholding Certificate for Pension or Annuity Payments (2019)
Use IRS Form W-4P to request a change to the default tax withholding for a withdrawal.
6 pages | Local Reproduction
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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.

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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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