Taxes on a Thrift Savings Plan

I'm a 100% disabled veteran and want to withdraw my thrift savings money from my government job that I'm now retired from. Do I have to give 20% to taxes or am i exempt? What should I do?

MICHELLE from Baltimore, MD

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I suggest you check out this website and call them with any specific questions that the website doesn't answer: http://www.tsp.  tures/index.html

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