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I am 45 years of age and have just started a new job with the government. They offer a Thrift Savings Plan with various investment funds. They offer the following investment funds;
G Fund Government Securities
F Fund Fixed Income Index
C Fund Common Stock Index
S Fund Small Cap Stock Index
I Funds International Stock Index

I have stated out with 45% in G Fund; 40% in C Fund; 10% in S Fund and 10% in I Fund. Is my contribution allocation a sound one? Comments please.
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