Maybe the coming warm weather here has you thinking how nice it would be to go to that Tuesday day game. Face it. You’ve got the retirement bug. Federal Drive with Tom Temin talked with Tammy Flanagan, senior benefits director at the National Institute of Transition Planning, about how to get a jump on planning.
A certain catchphrase of the late, great comedian Rodney Dangerfield is applicable to the Thrift Saving Plan’s always-safe G fund, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey.
The IRS is reviewing its managerial pay system after the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration identified over 1,500 instances where managerial pay raises were applied incorrectly.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey asks whether a 1.9 percent pay raise in 2018 is too much, too little or just right.
The Thrift Savings Plans is seeing red for the first time in 2017, after two funds posted negative numbers in March.
Does the fact that President Donald Trump’s son-in-law has been tasked to fix the government make you nervous in your civil service job?
Lyn Alden, who provides equity research and investment strategies, offers insights into what the future holds for the TSP.
AARP magazine financial columnist Allan Roth joins host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn to discuss investment strategies for federal workers. He’ll also share his about his dare-to-be dull method of investing. April 5, 2017
Host Bob Leins welcomes Raymond Kirk, Ph.D and Federal Benefits Specialist, to the studio to kickoff Financial Literacy Month and talk about his upcoming webinar and e-news.
April 3, 2017
If you’re lucky or wise, you’ll keep adding to your Thrift Savings Plan and it keeps growing. Should you leave it or do you put it to work for you in some other way? Tammy Flanagan, senior benefits director at the National Institute of Transition Planning, offers some advice for wringing the most out of your TSP on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said the resolution is part of a package, signed by President Donald Trump, to “roll back job killing rules.”
The Air Force alone is dealing with a shortage of more than 600 pilots. The service is having trouble competing with airlines that can pay pilots more.
More than 10,000 federal workers and retirees now have Thrift Savings Plan accounts worth over $1 million, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey.
DoD analysts and former officials are recommending direct hiring and pay authority over civilian Pentagon workers.
Working for the federal government used to be a good gig, but now, there are some definite downsides or at least uncertainties.