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Costly Mistakes In The Thrift Savings Plan And How You Can Avoid Them

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Please join us for this free teleseminar!

Thursday, June 11, 2009
2 p.m. ET (approx. 30 minutes)
Click here to register now

Presented by:

Chris Lennan, ProFeds

Who is this for?

Any active federal or postal employee who is concerned about retirement planning.

What you will learn:

In this teleseminar session, Chris Lennan will uncover several critical mistakes you can make in the Thrift Savings Plan -- and the strategies you can put in place to avoid them.

Key take-aways include:

* Recognizing the importance of setting realistic goals.
* Discovering how having a plan for your money can keep you on track.
* Understanding how the economy and emotions affect your TSP.

This will help you to:

* Take advantage of unique opportunities from the TSP.
* Separate your emotions from important financial decisions.
* Proactively make your TSP work for you.

Questions and Answers after the teleseminar

Those attending the live event will have a special opportunity afterward to submit questions to the speaker via email. Not all questions can be answered, but those that are will be provided in a Q&A summary and provided to attendees of the live event. (Names of the attendees will not be published).

This seminar is free. Space is limited, so register now.

About the Speaker

Chris is a nationally recognized federal employee retirement benefits expert, and a frequent speaker and trainer for federal employee organizations and financial service firms. As the developer of dozens of highly-regarded retirement planning materials for federal employees since 2001, Chris has also analyzed the challenging retirement scenarios for thousands of federal and postal employees -- helping them avoid costly mistakes, and highlighting opportunities for them to gain greater financial security in their retirement years.


IMPORTANT: This presentation is for educational purposes only. While every effort is made to provide accurate and complete information, this material is not intended to be an all-encompassing resource of the subject area. Neither the presenter nor My Federal Retirement renders legal, accounting or other professional services. If such expert assistance is required, the services of a competent professional should be sought.

Is the call to the teleseminar free?

While attendance to this teleseminar is free, your telephone call to dial in may require long-distance charges, depending on the area you are dialing from. The dial-in number will be to area code (712). It is NOT a toll-free number. If you register, the dial-in number and your pass code will be emailed to you a few days before the live event.

IMPORTANT NOTE: No financial products or services are sold in the seminar. The event is purely educational as a free service provided by My Federal Retirement.

How does a teleseminar work?

A teleseminar (seminar by telephone) is a large telephone conference call in which the instructor broadcasts the course content much like a radio program.

Can I invite others in my office to attend?

You may invite others in your office to listen in -- or even coordinate a large group of employees to attend by speaker phone in a conference room.

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