Despite high returns for the TSP’s stock index funds last year, a majority of federal workers have most of their nest egg money in the G fund.
Mass and fake comments present two different problems for rule-making agencies.
After decades of watching as their annual pay raises shrink, including three consecutive pay freezes, white collar feds may have a reason to be hopeful.
There are some things, persons, places, food, sports teams etc., that people either love or hate. Take teleworking.
The decision to pull the plug depends on the job, your family situation, health, financial goals and, maybe, whether you’re a glass-half-full versus glass-half-empty type.
The Senate should have the chance to vote on Merit System Protection Board nominees.
Some experts in retirement planning believe that many feds with memories of the Great Recession of 2008-2009 are working longer than they have to.
The official taxpaying season kicks off today, and major companies in the debt business, either as collectors or consolidators, love it and are in full swing.
Roger Waldron of the Coalition for Government Procurement pondered a law professor’s denied request by GAO for documents in Overstock.com’s pending protest over GSA’s e-marketplace procurement.
The TSP option is a nice but not absolutely essential thing to have for those under the more generous CSRS retirement program with its higher benefit and full protection from inflation.
Starting in the mid-1990s various experts looked at the aging federal workforce and concluded that the end, for many of them, was near.
Why the Census is about more than congressional apportionment and aid distribution.
The S and I funds of the TSP had bad years in 2018 but bounced back big time last year. Mike Causey asked financial planner Arthur Stein why?
While there is a lot of interest in those who are self-made Thrift Savings Plan millionaires, the fact is most investors will never hit seven-figure status.