Dan Blazer of Duke University shared findings from a recent SSA-commissioned study on medical system use and the incidence of disability on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey discusses the difference between a pay raise for federal workers and military personnel and a cost of living adjustment, or COLA, for retirees
When it comes to the safest investment option in their 401(k) plan, federal employees and retirees are split down the middle.
Host Bob Leins welcomes Tom O’Rourke, Esquire to talk about the good and bad news regarding recent tax law changes.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey examines why feds sometimes have to tighten their belts for the first few months of retirement.
How long will the current bull market last and what should you do to prepare for the inevitable correction? Find out when certified financial planner Arthur Stein joins host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn radio show. March 14, 2018
The bill will allow troops to use tuition assistance for certifications and licensing.
A huge number of federal workers are eligible to retire right now. That doesn’t mean they are going to leave. But they could.
Gen. Glenn Walters, the Marine Corps assistant commandant, said less than 0.5 percent of the Marine total force is “truly non-deployable.”
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says you could make more money doing your same federal job if you did it in a different city.
The problem is, the Postal Service is limited by law where it can invest employees’ retirement funds.
Unless Congress takes positive action there will be no January 2019 pay raise.
Tune in this week for our special Women’s History Month show to learn about some of the greatest female contributions to history, culture, and society.
March 8, 2018
What agency has the most employees? Which feds get paid the most? Federal News Radio looks at the latest federal pay data from the Office of Personnel Management.