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  1. Sen. Rubio calls for opening TSP to private workers

    trueThe $403.9 billion Thrift Savings Plan, Washington, should be open to non-governmental employees who do not have access to workplace retirement savings, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., proposed Tuesday.

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  1. Thrift Savings Plan breaks $400 billion

    trueThrift Savings Plan broke the $400 billion mark in February, according to figures released Thursday at a meeting of the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, Washington, which administers the plan.

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  2. Bill to make lifecycle funds the default strategy for federal workers advances

    trueThe House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on Wednesday passed legislation to make lifecycle funds the default investment for new federal employees participating in the $366.7 billion Thrift Savings Plan.

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  3. Federal Thrift seeks small-cap manager for $47 billion S fund

    trueFederal Retirement Thrift Investment Board is seeking a fund manager for its $46.6 billion Small Cap Stock Index Investment Fund.

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  4. Federal Thrift's S Fund is its top performer for year

    trueFederal Thrift Savings Plan's S Fund was the best performing of the $366.7 billion plan's investment options in 2013, with a 38.35% return.

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  5. The Federal Thrift's Dmuchowski asked a simple question to illustrate lifetime income

    trueSophie Dmuchowski won the Innovator Award in the lifetime income disclosure category by putting into action the philosophy that knowing how to spend retirement savings is as important - if not more so - than accumulating it.

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  6. Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board rehires BlackRock for I Fund

    trueFederal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, Washington, rehired hired BlackRock to manage its $28.6 billion International Stock Index Investment Fund.

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  7. Federal Retirement Thrift searches for I Fund manager

    trueFederal Retirement Thrift Investment Board is seeking a fund manager for its $28.8 billion International Stock Index Investment Fund.

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  8. Federal Thrift's I Fund returns 19.75% in 12 months

    trueFederal Thrift Savings Plan's I Fund was the best performing of the $324.1 billion plan's investment options in the year ended March 31, with a return of 19.75%.

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  9. Federal Retirement Thrift board plans to search for TSP investment consultant

    trueFederal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, Washington, is seeking information to help it prepare a request for proposal for investment consulting services for the $336 billion Thrift Savings Plan.

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  10. Federal government resumes payments into G Fund

    trueU.S. government payments into the Federal Thrift Savings Plan's largest fund resumed after being put on hold when the federal government hit its debt ceiling.

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  11. Treasury stops G Fund payments

    trueTreasury Secretary Timothy Geithner notified congressional leaders Tuesday that the government is suspending payments into the Federal Thrift Savings Plan's $158.52 billion Government Securities Investment Fund, known as the G Fund.

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  12. Federal Thrift's I Fund is DC plan's top performer

    trueFederal Thrift Savings Plan's I Fund was the best performing of the $324.1 billion plan's investment options in 2012, with an 18.62% return.

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  13. Federal Thrift Savings Plan sticks with BlackRock as F Fund manager

    trueFederal Thrift Savings Plan rehired BlackRock to manage its $25.4 billion fixed-income index fund, the F Fund.

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