This week active duty service members and drilling Reserve and Guard members became eligible to opt out of the High-3 military retirement plan into the new portable Blended Retirement System (BRS) with government matching of thrift savings contributions and early vesting. Service members who plan to opt in need to know that delaying could mean reduced returns on their Thrift Saving Plan. For more details, see this Military Advantage post, and for an overview of BRS, see this Military.com article.
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