Some of the highest ranking, most experienced and talented federal workers in the Washington, D.C. area won’t be getting a pay raise this month.
The Defense Health Agency is rolling back some primary care copayments for military families and retirees.
Federal News Radio breaks down locality pay: what it is, how affects your final salary and how it came to be.
Most investors in the federal Thrift Savings Plan wouldn’t touch the international stock index I fund with a 10-foot pole. It has been a poor performer for nine of the last 10 years.
Host Bob Leins and co-host Tammy Flanagan, Senior Benefits Director at NITP, welcome Mike Causey to take a look back at Federal Benefits over the past year and a look to what’s ahead.
In today’s Federal Newscast, unless Congress makes a change in any upcoming spending bills, the pay freeze placed on the Vice President and other senior political appointees will stay in place for this year.
Federal employees looking for major changes to locality pay will be disappointed in 2018, as the entities that typically make small but significant moves on federal salaries were largely inactive during the first year of the Trump administration.
With all of the proposals in recent years to cut the workforce, make it easier to fire people, change federal pay and more, it was safe to assume we would see a lot of action on civil service issues.
If you work for Uncle Sam the question is will 2018 be another nerve-wracking time of congress going after your retirement benefits?
Will 2018 be another nerve-wracking time of congress going after feds’ retirement benefits? Find out when Federal News Radio Reporters Nicole Ogrysko and Jory Heckman join host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn. January 3, 2018
Stephen Zelcer, a financial advisor for federal employees, explains whether Medicare is needed when already covered by FEHB.
In a dramatic turn of events, one of the Thrift Savings Plan’s lowest-performing funds in 2016 posted the highest return of 2017.
The secret to becoming a TSP millionaire, according to somebody who did it, is to invest in TSP through good and bad and keep at it for 28 years. Pay yourself first.
How would a 2019 pay freeze compare to the three-year freeze during the Obama administration? Jeff Neal said it may not go over so well.