Thrift Savings - Alabama Income Tax

An easy one for Harlan:
Form 40 instructions show "U.S. Government Retirement Fund Benefits" to be non-taxable. Do post-age 55 retirement
distributions from the Federal Thrift Savings Plan qualify as non-taxable in Alabama under this or any other exclusion?
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Paultry wrote:

Nope.
TSP contributions are pre tax, similar to 401k and IRA, etc, so withdrawals for a resident are taxable.
Remember, the TSP is not a US government retirement fund per se, but elective deferrals.
ChEAr$, Harlan
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