Here’s a tip from one of my favorite blogs and authors, Jonathan Clements from Humble Dollar:
CHECK YOUR BENEFICIARY DESIGNATIONS. Your retirement accounts and life insurance will typically pass to the beneficiaries specified on those accounts, not the people named in your will. If your family situation has changed, or you simply don’t remember who you listed, take a moment to review your beneficiary designations.
Don’t let the ex-spouse get your money when you die! Update your beneficiaries.
How to See Your Beneficiaries for the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)
If you log on to the TSP page, you need to click on the link along the lower left, marked by the large red arrow:
Then you’ll see this, and you can change them at the bottom:
The Intermediate Executive Skills Course has Medical Corps availability for the June 7 – 10 VIRTUAL course, designed for developing leaders within the MHS (senior LT and LCDR). See course description below. Please have interested parties self-nominate NLT 13 APRIL 2021 by completing the attached nomination form and forwarding to CAPT Anthony Keller (contact in the global). Proxy nominations will not be accepted:
Course Description: The Defense Health Agency Intermediate Executive Skills Course (DHA-IES) provides education and training on leadership and management skills necessary to successfully serve in an intermediate-level leadership position within a DHA medical treatment facility (MTF). The course is designed to facilitate attainment of selected Joint Medical Executive Skills core competencies as identified by a Tri-Service review board of MHS senior leaders. The course consists of 21 web-based training (WBT) modules available through Joint Knowledge Online (https://jkodirect.jten.mil) followed by a 40-hour resident course located on JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, Texas. The resident course includes 8 hours of Corps and Service-specific training facilitated by Army, Navy, and Air Force medical leaders.