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CalimanDC,
I just read your response to Dawson1473. I too contribute to the TSP. I'm 48 years old and currently invest the max which is $539 a month with the govt matching around $245. I currently have around $110,000 in TSP. I had all of it in the C fund for a long time until the new funds came available. I just made an adjustment to 60% in the C fund, 20 in the I fund, and 20 in the S fund. I will probably work another 4 years. I don't plan on using the TSP until required to do so. I still have 10 years before I use this money. I currently receive a monthly pension and I also have around $70,000 that I have put in CDs.

My question is: Am I being to risky with the TSP?
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