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Hi all -

I am currently enrolled in the Federal Thrift Savings Plan and my money distributed as follows:

C Fund - 55%
S Fund - 17%
I Fund - 10%
F Fund - 13%
G Fund - 5%

* Close Approximations

This is a very agressive distribution. If I wanted to move to a more conservative distribution for a while, i.e. move Common Stock (C-Fund) to Fixed Income (F-Fund) or Government Securities (G-Fund), are there any recommendations on which ones and how much?

As a follow-up, if I'm interested in becoming a bit more conservative, would the correct plan be to: 1) move monies as stated above, or 2) leave the funds alone and just change my contributions? Or both?

Right now my contributions are set at:
C Fund - 50%
S Fund - 25%
I Fund - 25%

Again, very aggressive. Oh, btw, I turn 35 in 15 days.

Thanks!
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