(3) A TSP home loan is not a mortgage. As a result, TSP`s interest payments are not tax deductible, as interest payments on the property may be tax deductible. A participant can apply for a TSP loan in two ways: (1) On electronic request via the TSP website www.tsp.gov; or (2) On paper application by downloading the TSP-20 form, request for a loan. For a residential loan, the following documents must be submitted with the loan: 1) request for documentation of the costs associated with the purchase or construction of a principal residence; (2) written documents from a third party attesting that the participant or spouse of the PST is considered a buyer or that the residence is built for the participant; and (3) The purchase or construction price, the full address of the main residence and the signatures of the buyer and seller (contracts only). Officials from the federal government`s 401 (k) program announced on Monday that the austerity plan for austerity measures had implemented the provisions of the CORONAvirus reaction package of the CARES Act, which make it easier for participants affected by the pandemic to access money from their accounts. If a portion of a TSP loan is linked to Roth contributions, these contributions (which were paid with after-tax dollars) are not taxed. But the following conditions apply to Roth`s income: Note that in your above scenario, if you had a balance of $34,000 at any time in the last 12 months, most you could borrow would be $16,000. So you have a waiting period after the loan is paid before you can do it again. You can borrow your own contributions and income from your own contributions from the savings plan account from which you want to borrow, without outstanding credit of up to $50,000, less your highest credit balance, if available, in the last 12 months.
Although the loan is currently paid in full, it is included in the calculation if it has been opened at any time in the past 12 months. I have about $10,000 in loans to Stafford at an interest rate of about 7 per cent. I am considering taking out a loan on my thrift plan account to repay some of my credit, as the interest rate I would repay for the TSP loan is much lower than my student loans.