Can I rollover my TSP into a traditional IRA / ROTH IRA at retirement?

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Would I be able to rollover a TSP balance at retirement into a traditional IRA and a ROTH IRA?

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Yes. Here is more on taking a withdraw:
https://ask.fedweek.com/thrift-savings-plan/tsp-withdrawals/

And here is what the TSP has to say on the subject:
Single or partial withdrawals. If you have only one type of balance (traditional or Roth) in your TSP ac- count, you can direct all or a part of your single payment or partial withdrawal to only one IRA account or eligible employer plan If you have both traditional (non-Roth) and Roth balances in your TSP account, you can direct all or a part of the traditional (non-Roth) portion to one IRA or plan, and all or a part of the Roth portion of the payment to either another IRA account or plan or to the same IRA account or plan (assuming you meet the eligibility requirements of the receiving plan(s)) Any amounts not transferred will be paid to you by check unless you have chosen to have that amount sent electronically to your checking or savings account by direct deposit.

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