Did you know you can see your work history online all the way back to your first job? Your earnings history is a record of your progress toward your Social Security benefits. SSA keeps track of your earnings so we can pay you the benefits you’ve earned over your lifetime. This is why reviewing your Social Security earnings record is so important.
The easiest way to verify your earnings record is to visit www.ssa.gov/myaccount
Detailed Instructions: How to correct your Social Security earnings record can be found at www.ssa.gov/pubs/EN-05-
Let your friends and family know they can access important information like this any time at www.ssa.gov and do much of their business with us online.
The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board (FRTIB) offers a variety of TSP training opportunities. Review the information below to learn which TSP training will be best for you and your employees.
- TSP webinars and courses – TSP webinars are offered year-round and are open to all federal and uniformed service members. We encourage you to share the TSP webinar calendar with your employees. Advanced registration is required.
- Benefits specialist and educator training – These sessions cover advanced topics for human resources personnel, service financial specialists, and payroll personnel, and are offered periodically throughout the year. They are suspended until further notice.
- Training for your agency or service – By request, we occasionally conduct trainings and webinars to meet your agency or service’s specific needs. Employees should register for the prescheduled webinars and courses first. If the preset schedule doesn’t meet your agency’s or service’s needs, follow the procedures in this section below.
Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)
The Real TSP: TSP Basics (Part 1)
5 tips for completing your TSP Requests Correctly the First Time
For further information, visit the TSP website.
YouTube has partnered with TSP to offer a myriad of educational and instruction videos on the TSP. For additional information, visit the TSP You Tube Channel.
Investing outside the TSP?
Know Your Financial Adviser
Many financial advisers call themselves senior experts to gain your trust, but not all have your best interests at heart or the right know of training to serve you well. This step-by-step-guide will assist you in choosing the right adviser.
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
The SEC has an Investment Adviser Public Disclosure website: http://www.adviserinfo.sec.gov/IAPD/Content/IapdMain/iapd_SiteMap.aspx
The Financial Industrial Regulatory Authority (FINRA) can help you and your family learn more about brokers and their representatives through the FINRA webpage.