The Marines obsess over something simple like a PT uniform while VA sweats bullets over its electronic health record.
The Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and Government Pension Offset (GPO), created by Congress, have made monthly raids on the Social Security benefits of millions of retired civil servants for decades.
Jessica Klement, staff vice president for advocacy at NARFE, says that action in NAPA's OPM report is essential if the civil service is to be repaired after four years of attacks from the White House.
In March of 2020, there were 27,212 individuals with $1 million or more in their Thrift Savings Plan accounts. One year later, the TSP millionaires club has grown to 84,808 members.
Agencies have done their fair share of hiring during the pandemic, but the size of the federal workforce hasn't budged much in recent years. Today, Uncle Sam employs 1 million fewer people than it did during World War II.
Crucial digital approaches to customer experience won't completely displace the good, old-fashioned telephone call.
The number of active and retired feds with $1 million or more in their Thrift Savings Plan accounts has jumped to a record 84,808 as of March 31 of this year.
If ever you were thinking about joining or trying to move up in the federal government, now is a great time to do it.
Want to have a million dollars, at least, in your federal Thrift Savings Plan when you retire? Abraham Grungold, a financial adviser and current federal employee, can help you reach that goal.
Once again, there are dueling agendas to eliminate or offset the Windfall Elimination Provision, a pesky nuance that reduces Social Security benefits for some federal retirees.
You can't make bad news go away. But by focusing on people doing good work, you can keep the cable TV anxiety at bay
After a contentious four years under the Trump administration, some are predicting that federal employee unions will see an uptick in active members.
Doing your taxes can be a daunting task, but it's one you can't avoid. It's worth taking the steps to make sure you are getting the most or paying the least possible.
Do you miss Downton Abbey? Well take heart because a friend is working on a 2021 version that takes place right here in the United States.
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