US Department of Veterans Affairs 401K Plan

522 employees reported this benefit
Updated Jul 29, 2014
56 Ratings

Employer Summary

Build up your retirement nest egg through the Thrift Savings Plan. It's the Government version of the private sector's 401(k) Plan. Contributions are made from pre-tax dollars and both investments and earnings are tax deferred until withdrawn. The plan offers five investment funds to choose from, and you can transfer money from other eligible retirement savings plans into your Thrift Savings Plan account. The Government automatically contributes 1 percent of your salary with additional matching contributions up to a total of 5 percent.

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Employee Comments

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Aug 20, 2020
Current Employee

401k match, even at the lowest level. It is definitely worth it to put in.

May 20, 2020
Former Employee

Thrift savings basically... the same as other government plans.

Mar 30, 2020
Current Accounts Receivable in Denver, Colorado

you put in what you want to take out

Dec 7, 2019
Current Employee

I answered this one already. They match 4% or 5% that you contribute.

Dec 4, 2019
Current Employee

The government calls it the Thrift Savings plan

Sep 23, 2019
Current Peer Support Specialist in Los Angeles, California

I am grateful to be a veteran and have additional access to these financial sources.

Sep 18, 2019
Current LVN in Houston, Texas

Very good match up 4O1k

Jul 21, 2019
Former Employee

Excellent plan. I believe that they match up to 6%

May 9, 2019
Current Employee

They match it very generous

Dec 12, 2018
Former Employee

If you are an older employee, you have a cake plan. Newer ones are not very generous.

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