Divorce or Separation and Federal Benefits?
Even federal workers and retirees get divorced. When it does happen, it has an impact on a variety of living circumstances, including yo…
The White House has formalized a 4.6% pay increase for federal employees in 2023
In a letter addressed to congressional leaders on Wednesday, the White House publicly revealed intentions to give civilian government employees a 4.6% pay boost in 2023.
The 4.6% increase is the same amount recommended by the Whit…
If You’re A Lifer, Here’s How to Combine FERS With Your TSP
Working for and retiring from the government used to be a piece of cake. Sort of.
FERS Retirement: Turning 62 is a Financial Celebration
What is the magic retirement age for government employees? A federal career is packed with milestones. Everyone fears getting older, but turning 62 in the federal government may be a financial celebration. That doesn’t apply …
Election for TSP Contributions: What’s in a Name?
What’s in a name? Juliet Capulet asks in Act 2, Scene 2 of William Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet. What we call a rose would still smell as good as any other name. Act 1 of the TSP’s newest comedy, The Latest
7 Common Medicare mistakes to avoid
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