Thrift Savings Plan

After a waiting period, career postal employees may contribute to the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP), which is similar to 401(k) retirement savings plans offered by private sector employers. Employees contribute to TSP on a tax-deferred basis, and may receive automatic and matching contributions (up to 5 percent of pay) from the Postal Service. The Postal Service participates in the federal retirement program, which provides a defined benefit annuity at normal retirement age as well as disability coverage. For more information on the Thrift Savings Plan, click here

 

 

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