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10/7/2004: House Considers a More Expensive Overhaul of Thrift Savings Plan Rules (The Washington Post; subscription may be required)
Excerpt: Two bills -- and a billion dollars' worth of difference in them. That's the bottom line on efforts to revamp how the Thrift Savings Plan works. Legislation in the House and Senate would change TSP rules, allowing federal employees and military personnel to start or change their TSP contributions at any time instead of just during the 'open seasons' held twice each year.
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