The Informed Fed - A Federal
Benefits Guide
By Tracy Wayne Mitchell
Introduction


Tracy Wayne Mitchell is well versed in
TSPs, or thrift savings plans. In fact,
the Springfield, Missouri, ...
About “The Informed Fed”


The Informed Fed, authored by Tracy
Mitchell, defines such benefits
programs as Roth and regul...
Conclusion


For example, the book shows readers which
FEGLI alternative is overpriced and which
group health insurance o...
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The Informed Fed - A Federal Benefits Guide

  1. 1. The Informed Fed - A Federal Benefits Guide By Tracy Wayne Mitchell
  2. 2. Introduction  Tracy Wayne Mitchell is well versed in TSPs, or thrift savings plans. In fact, the Springfield, Missouri, executive is knowledgeable about all benefits programs the government offers federal employees. Since 1995, Tracy Wayne Mitchell has been guiding clients in their insurance and retirement planning needs.
  3. 3. About “The Informed Fed”  The Informed Fed, authored by Tracy Mitchell, defines such benefits programs as Roth and regular TSPs, Roth and regular IRAs, group health coverage, and the government's group life insurance program, FEGLI. The book addresses all the questions federal employees may have about the aforementioned programs so that they can make more informed choices.
  4. 4. Conclusion  For example, the book shows readers which FEGLI alternative is overpriced and which group health insurance options provide the best coverage. Readers of the book also learn the primary differences between Roth TSPs and Roth IRAs. In the introduction, Mr. Mitchell says that he was prompted to write the book because he often found that employees did not sufficiently understand their benefits programs. He added that employees did not realize how their choices could ultimately impact their retirement earnings.

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