Need help reading your statement?
The TSP has put together two guides to help you understand all of the information included in these important documents. Go to Understanding Your TSP Participant Statement and How to Read Your Annual Participant Statement.

The TSP issues quarterly statements in January, April, July, and October. Your first quarterly statement is mailed to you. An annual statement is issued in February.

Your quarterly statements cover all transactions in your account during the previous 3 months. If you have any TSP loans, the statement also summarizes your loan activity. You can view or print these statements from the My Account section of this website or request to have them mailed to you.

Your annual statement summarizes the financial activity in your account for that year and provides other important information such as your personal investment performance and your primary beneficiary information. You can view your annual statement on the website. You will also receive it in the mail unless you go to the website and request electronic annual statements only.

Check your statements carefully. If you see any information that you believe is incorrect, follow up with your agency, service, or the TSP as soon as possible.