New Retirement Planning Resource Geared Towards Government Employees

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MyFedLife offers educational information and retirement planning tips for employees with a government sponsored Thrift Savings Plan.

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Our vision with MyFedLife is to help employees understand all the benefits offered to them in their plan, as well as to help them learn how to get the most of their benefits, especially during market ups and downs.

Today, MyFedLife launches a new service as a resource to help federal employees and civil service workers better understand their retirement benefits. In light of the common challenges investors face with their Thrift Savings Plans (TSP), MyFedLife was created to help employees overcome the many mistakes they often make with retirement planning and investing.

Far too many investors fail to properly prepare for retirement simply because they are unaware of all the options available to them. Now, employees can visit http://www.myfedlife.com or talk to a representative directly, to learn about their TSP benefits, receive a complimentary benefit analysis, and gather educational tips for putting a plan in place to help them meet their financial goals before and after retirement.

“The Thrift Savings Plan is a fantastic method in striving to accumulate wealth while working for the US Government. Our vision with MyFedLife is to help employees understand all the benefits offered to them in their plan, as well as to help them learn how to get the most of their benefits, especially during market ups and downs,” says Greg Smith for MyFedLife.

There are many factors federal employees should consider when preparing for retirement, and the details can become overwhelming for many. MyFedLife can help individuals answer questions about their federal pensions, group life insurance, estate planning, long-term care, and much, much more. Smith continues, “we see investors make the same mistakes time and time again. With a little knowledge, investors might be able to avoid these pitfalls.”

It’s never too early to begin saving and preparing for retirement. The goal of MyFedLife is to help ensure individuals to be as prepared for retirement as possible by offering them knowledge and tools. The site is a great place to start in the education process.

To learn more, visit http://www.myfedlife.com, or to speak to a representative directly, call 800-250-5795.

Greg Smith has been in the financial business for several years. With his in-depth knowledge in the Thrift Savings Plan, he has been able to help develop MyFedLife into an educational source solely geared to help educate federal employees on how to properly prepare for retirement.

Click here for a complimentary benefit analysis.

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MyFedLife.com is not affiliated with or endorsed by the federal government. Information based on sources deemed to be reliable. Government rules and regulations are subject to change at any time. All investment strategies have the potential for profit or loss. The content of this release is provided for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal or tax advice. Always consult an attorney or tax professional regarding your specific legal or tax situation. Howard Capital Management is not engaged in the practice of law or accounting. MyFedLife is a service offered by Howard Capital Management, an SEC-registered investment adviser which only does business where it is properly registered or is otherwise exempt from registration. SEC registration does not constitute an endorsement of the firm by the Commission nor does it indicate that the advisor has attained a particular level of skill or ability. All investment strategies have the potential for profit or loss. Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure or guarantee better performance and cannot eliminate the risk of investment losses.

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