Now my concern lies with my spouse's Thrift Savings Plan. He has the option to choose among three investment funds. 1. Government Securities Investment Fund2. Common Stock Index Investment Fund-invested in a stock index fund that tracks the S&P's 500 stock index. and 3. Fixed Income INdex Investment Fund-I am with the VA's thrift savings plan. I also started cautiously with an egual spread between 3 options. 2 years ago moved 100% to the C fund... our stock fund. True it might go down .. but it should do more than 4-6% in a money market for now.I believe I can change the distributions monthly. Fortunately, I have been too busy to "mess with things", and over the year it did about 18%.It's almost time to grow tomatoes :)
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