Is there a state(s) where you can retire and keep more of your own money while enjoying a better standard of living? The short answer: Probably. To get the best tax deal now and in…
For at least the past six years, right or wrong, smart or not, some nervous feds from Maine to California have kept a nervous watch on Washington and their HR office. They are watching the…
People do relocate because of taxes and a huge chunk of the federal workforce is concentrated in states with high taxes.
For the last six years many federal workers and retirees have had nightmares about losing major parts of their Civil Service Retirement System and Federal Employees Retirement System benefits. And they’ve gone through a series…
The morning after the traditional tax day means different things to different adult Americans. For many IRS workers it means doing even more with less.
If your bucket list budget won’t cover running with the bulls in Spain, head to Houston for a reasonable facsimile alternative.
A popular phone scam potentially targeting affluent federal retirees makes a comeback in the D.C. region.
Earlier this month we asked readers if their government agency was better or worse than when they started. And one longtime IRS worker said the latter.
Whether it’s down to strong job growth or low inflation, financial planner Art Stein says Thrift Savings Plan investors should like first quarter 2019 results.
Worried about the fate of your federal retirement package? If you are nervous in the civil service, welcome to the club.
Despite a big jump in population responsibilities and major changes, the number of federal workers is about the same as it was decades ago.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey thought he had a scoop that the Social Security Administration was offering buyouts to long-time employees but he explains why that’s a misunderstanding.
Federal retirees and folks who get Social Security benefits may be among the few people in the country who get anxious when crude oil prices drop.
Benefits expert Tammy Flanagan, will be Mike Causey’s guest today on Your Turn, airing 10 a.m. EDT, streaming on www.federalnewsnetwork.com or on 1500 AM in the Washington, D.C., area.