Tag: Federal Employee News

Navigating the Ongoing Trends in OPM Retirement Processing

The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) retirement backlog saw little change in August, with processing numbers almost aligning with new claims received. Despite this stability, insights into the efficiency of retirement claim processing and its broader implications continue to be of utmost imp…

The Earnings Limit for Disability Retirement

If you’re 60 or older, there are no restrictions on the amount of money you can make while receiving disability retirement. If you’re under the age of 60,  you can receive income from work as well as disability retirement benefits. Still, your disability annuity will be terminated if

Federal Survivor Benefits: How to Plan Ahead

A federal employee can improve their annuity by making a deposit for any active duty service in the armed forces. Knowing what happens to your loved ones during your death is crucial if you have a spouse or children who are financially rely on you.

Survivor Annuity i…

10 Strategies for Federal Employees Planning to Retire Before 2030

The COVID-19 pandemic began in March 2020, and since then, hundreds of federal workers have retired. Over the next eight years, many more eligible employees plan to retire.

The following list of 5 tips can assist workers who want to retire in the next eight years in g…