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.
When people get close to retirement their emotions range from joy to fear and panic. Sometimes all three. Here’s how it worked for one former fed.
Join our host, Bob Leins, as he welcomes Sabrina Clark, Director of Voluntary Service for the Department of Veterans Affairs and Laura Balun, volunteer, VA retiree, and former Director of Voluntary Service. As we quickly approach Veterans Day, we would like to highlight the opportunities to honor the sacrifice and service of Veterans through philanthropic activities in collaboration with VA’s Voluntary Service Program. October 23, 2017
This former fed said a long, rewarding career in government set them up for what they hope is a long, rewarding retirement.
Host Bob Leins welcomes Kari Utz-Wolsky, Nutrition Counselor and Personal Trainer. Tired of gaining weight over the holidays every year – and the time and effort to lose it? Wondering if you should avoid sweets, fatty foods and spirits?
President Donald Trump signed off on an average pay increase for federal civilian workers of 1.4 percent and 2.1 percent for uniformed service members.
Federal News Radio counts down the Top 10 pay and benefits stories for 2017, a year that proved to be a bit of an emotional rollercoaster ride for federal employees.
Amid the threat of sequestration following the passage of President Donald Trump’s tax reform bill, a bloc of House Democrats has warned House leadership of freezing federal employees’ pay or reducing their benefits as a way to offset tax cuts.
House Republicans are discussing a new plan that would extend the continuing resolution through Jan. 19. This version would not fund the Defense Department through the rest of fiscal 2018, as originally discussed.