Politicians up for reelection in November may want to back off efforts to fold, staple or mutilate federal civil service retirement programs.
Federal retirement expert Tammy Flanagan joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin to shine some light on more recent retirement statistics.
Did the recent stock market nosedive send you moving money from the stock indexed C and S funds into the G fund for safety? If so, was that a smart move?
Did the stock market mini-correction a few weeks back make you nervous? Did it cause you to shift money in the stock-indexed C, S and I funds into the “safety” of the Treasury securities G fund? Was that wise? Find out when financial planner Arthur Stein joins host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn. February 21, 2018
How would President Donald Trump’s proposed 2019 budget affect federal workers? Find out when Tony Reardon, national president of the National Treasury Employees Union, joins host Derrick Dorth on this week’s Fed Access. February 19, 2018
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey hopes this cheers up active and retired federal workers in sticker shock over the new White House budget.
Mike Causey says if Congress approves the 2019 budget, current and future employees under FERS could get smaller starting annuities when they retire.
The White House proposed a number of changes that would dramatically reshape the federal workforce and how federal workers are compensated.
How does the 2017 Tax Act affect your tax and estate plan? Find out when Washington area estate tax attorney Thomas O’Rourke joins host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn. February 14, 2018
President Donald Trump’s fiscal 2019 budget request includes several other recommendations that would change current retirement, health and other benefits for federal employees.
The federal retirement system, called FERS, was under heavy political assault in 2017? What are the chances this will continue into 2018?
A highly-respected New York financial writer predicted that the U.S. stock market was long overdue for a correction of the type we saw on Monday.
Ahead of the president’s fiscal 2019 budget request, set for release next Monday, the National Treasury Employees Union is warning its members of familiar proposals that may reappear.
If you’ve been a government employee for more than month, you know what a shutdown is, and if you haven’t just wait.