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The large company stock C fund led the way in TSP returns in 2021, posting a 28.68 percent gain for the year following a gain of 4.48 percent in December. The small company stock S fund gained 12.45 percent for the year and the international stock I fund rose 11.45 percent, following December gains of 0.58 and 5.1 percent, respectively.

The government securities G fund finished the year with a 1.38 percent gain but the bond F fund posted a 1.46 percent loss, with the former up in December by 0.12 percent but the latter losing 0.32 percent.

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The 2021 gains for the lifecycle L funds were: Income, 5.42; 2025, 9.75; 2030, 12.37; 2035, 13.43; 2040, 14.51; 2045, 15.4; 2050, 16.34; 2055, 2060, 2065, 19.9.

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