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2011 TSP Contribution Limit

The 2011 elective deferral limit for regular Thrift Savings Plan contributions will remain $16,500, and TSP catch-up plan contribution limits will remain at $5,500. Servicemembers can contribute any whole percentage up to 92 percent of basic pay, as long as the annual total of the tax-deferred investment does not exceed $16,500.

For more information, contact a TSP representative at 877-968-3778 or visit the Thrift Savings Plan website at  www.tsp.gov.

Military members must complete and forward TSP-U-1-C, TSP Catch-Up Contribution Election Form, to their local finance office to make catch-up contributions.

Learn more about the changes that will affect your 2010 tax claim.

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