While probate can be a mystifying and grim subject, it is one you should be up on. Learn how to avoid probate, or navigate through it if that is the only option.
When it comes to planning your federal retirement, there is no such thing as a dumb question. Some may seem strange, off the way, but if you’ve got a question there is probably an answer you didn’t know about. Or one that surprises you.
Tom O’Rourke, a Washington-area tax and estate attorney and former IRS lawyer, shares his plan to allow federal employees to double their money and to save more than $1,000 in taxes at no risk.
Whether you got a pay raise or a retiree COLA, the value of your estate is about to increase. Inflation willing!
Lots of people are worried about being able to afford living in the future. But financial planner Arthur Stein says you have options.
Federal workers, retirees or their survivors have 12 more days to pick the health plan that will cover them and their families next year.
What’s the single most important reason to shop around for health insurance? Two very important words — catastrophic coverage.
The FEHB open season runs through Dec. 13. so there is still plenty of time to compare plans, in addition to your current carrier, and compare their premiums, benefits, drug coverage and physician network.
Federal workers and retirees have little time to miss another deadline and lose, as in overpay up to $2,000, on next year’s health premiums.
For many long-term investors — like folks in the Thrift Savings Plan — the question is simple. What, if anything, should I be doing with my portfolio?
When it comes to the smartest investors in the nation, which group of people or professions would you pick?
What’s a TSP investor do? Plan ahead and don’t panic is what most of the pros say. But knowing what you should do during the next stock market crash and doing it are two very different things.
Is it safe to put your retirement nest egg in the never-has-a-bad-day (or many good days) G fund? Or go for the stock index or L funds which go up and down but mostly up in recent years?
Whatever the reason, whether your life is a bed of roses or a getting-worse-nightmare, there are things you can do now to insure what you leave will go to who you want.