Trump or Biden: Who’s gonna cook your TSP nestegg?

If you knew for sure whether President Trump or former Vice President Joe Biden would be elected — how would that knowledge change your investment strategy?

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TSP’s G fund has steadily declined for 30 years, belying reputation for stability

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Survey shows widening cracks in service member mental health and benefits issues during COVID

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locality pay, minimum wage

Federal locality pay: Broken or underfunded?

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Professional Services CouncilAlan Chvotkin, Professional Services Council

Developments around the corner for defense contractors affected by COVID

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(AP Photo/Morry Gash, Pool)President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden exchange points during the first presidential debate Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020, at Case Western University and Cleveland Clinic, in Cleveland, Ohio. (AP Photo/Morry Gash, Pool)

A federal employee’s guide to Trump and Biden’s 2020 campaign platforms

With two weeks until the presidential election, Federal News Network reviewed the track records and campaign policies for President Donald Trump and former…

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Peter DeFazio

Legislators hope to secure higher COLA for federal retirees

In today’s Federal Newscast, two House Democrats are introducing their own legislation that would give retirees a higher cost-of-living adjustment next year.

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FILE- In this June 15, 2018, file photo, twenty dollar bills are counted in North Andover, Mass. Default on your federal student loans and the government can take up to 15 percent of each paycheck to satisfy your debt. The Education Department can also withhold federal benefits like tax returns and Social Security payments. Garnishment is an effective tool to recoup unpaid loans, private collection agencies enlisted by the Education Department took in over $841.6 million  via wage garnishment in the 2018 fiscal year, but it inflicts serious financial strain on borrowers who are already struggling. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola, File)

Calculating your 2021 take-home pay requires some serious mental gymnastics

Federal health insurance premiums will see a moderate increase next year, but the president’s payroll tax deferral makes calculating next year’s paycheck all the more tough.

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