How do you feel about your political boss? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey would like to hear from you about the winners and losers you\'ve served under.
If you like the very popular TV show Trading Spouses (or even if you hate it) you are going to love today\'s Federal Report which offers a civil service version designed to curb, or cure, pension-envy.
Be careful when you toss out what you think is junk mail: the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board recently sent out 4.1 million personalized statements to federal TSP account holders.
If you are under the use-it-or-lose-it FERS plan, is sick leave only for when you are sick or can you use it any way you choose? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it\'s a question lots of feds are asking.
If inflation continues at its current rate, most federal retirees will get a bigger cost of living adjustment next year than the 2.3 percent they got last month. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says many retirees think somebody is watering-down their COLA.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says that as Congress considers some kind of incentive for FERS employees to save sick leave there\'s an internal debate whether the leave is a form of insurance or an entitlement.
Is your letter carrier a lean, mean walking machine or is he or she getting bigger every year? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey reports that Australia had to raise the weight limit for its delivery personnel and, while solving one problem has created another.
Do you have a rainy day fund? If not, why not? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says the financial pros recommend you have money to cover 6 months of expenses set aside. So how do you do that?
In the rough and tumble world of politics and political campaigning, one of the worst things that can happen is premature evaluation. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains political endorsements inside the federal establishment.
While cash strapped companies plan to follow the federal lead and offer buyouts, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says the Chief Executive wants future retirees to pay more for health insurance.
If George Washington were alive today he would be amazed at several things, including how many aches and pains a 276 year old has, and the size of the federal government. For a look back, check out Mike\'s column today.
If your fed-spouse is having an affair at the office, first file a freedom of information act request. And if that fails, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says, you can start getting tough.
It\'s Valentine\'s Day and that\'s great. Love is in the air. But Senior Correspondent Mike Causey warns that while all the world loves a lover, a lot of people don\'t appreciate office romances.
Last year the world\'s stock markets \"lost\" $7.2 trillion. Some of that bite came out of your Thrift Savings Plan. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey asks has the downturn caused you to revise your retirement plan?
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