The American Federation of Government Employees and have endorsed congressional candidates whom they hope will advocate for federal worker pay going forward.
The first quarter of 2018 has not been a good one for the Thrift Savings Plan. Why? Find out when financial planner Arthur Stein joins host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn radio show. April 18, 2018
Financial planner Arthur Stein said the last 12 months of TSP returns were not all bad.
January 2019 prospects are not nearly so good for feds who are still on the job. White collar, nonpostal civil servants face the prospect of a pay freeze.
Are proposals to freeze federal pay and cut retirement benefits just political talk or, as one retiree put it, a reasonable menace?
Threats to reform federal retirement systems are back, but in an election year, time appears to be on the side of workers and retirees with most members are anxious to be out of Washington.
How would proposed changes to your federal pension plan affect you? Find out when NARFE’s Jessica Klement and Jill Talley join host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn. April 11, 2018
The federal benefits expert discusses which features could see a change under the Trump administration.
The Office of Personnel Management stepped up its game in March, processing 13,262 retirement claims, the highest amount for a single month in years.
The U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Veterans Affairs Department and AARP are teaming up to warn veterans of possible scams and fraudulent schemes.
Presidents love to reform the government for a variety of reasons. But career Senior Executive Service members knows where the levers of power are, and how to get things done.
The firing of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe hours before he reached full retirement and pension eligibility illustrates the options for feds who leave government service early, for whatever reason.
The good news for federal employees and retirees is that Congress has limited time this year to focus on issues that may impact their pay and benefits.
With more federal workers and retirees with million dollar-plus Thrift Savings Plan accounts, it is worth examining what qualities those individuals tend to have in common.