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In Effort to Recruit, Military to Begin Offering Matching Contributions to TSP Participants
The Washington Post; subscription may be required Link to more items from this source
Jan. 11, 2006
Excerpt: Three years ago, Congress opened the Thrift Savings Plan, the 401(k)-type retirement program for civil service and postal employees, to the military. .... Congress, in an effort to provide more flexibility in this area, recently gave a green light to the military services to use matching contributions as a perk that can be offered first-time recruits who agree to serve longer than two years.

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