Before health premium rates increase by an average of 8.7% in 2023, some health care experts tell FEHB enrollees to double-check their plans during open season, which runs Nov. 14 through Dec. 12.
TSP returns are down almost entirely across the board for the month of September.
On average, enrollees in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP) will pay 8.7% more toward their 2023 premiums, the Office of Personnel Management announced prior to the upcoming open season, which runs Nov. 14 through Dec. 12.
35% of TSP participants in the lowest income bracket did not make changes to their TSP accounts after being automatically enrolled, a significantly higher percentage than the other four brackets.
For the first time in a decade, Americans will pay less next year on monthly premiums for Medicare’s Part B plan, which covers routine doctors’ visits and other outpatient care
The Air Force barely met its 2022 recruiting goal for the active duty force, and had to use unusual measures to pull it off. The reserve components face bigger challenges.
We know telehealth expanded a lot during the pandemic. Now we know how much. The Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General has pulled together data showing that in the first year (2020) more than 28 million Medicare beneficiaries received telehealth services.
The Postal Service is giving its supervisors, managers and postmasters a pay raise that will hit their paychecks starting in October.
Earlier this week, the key House Ways and Means Committee voted to clear the bill for a full House vote. The fact that repeal of GPO and Offset has gotten this far, finally, has given many the hopes they will someday collect the full benefits they think they deserve.
The National Guard is looking to boost incentives to join, but expects it may need to discharge up to 14,000 personnel over the next two years who have refused to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
If you are planning on retiring soon (this year or next) have you thought of the lifetime impact of long-term inflation on your diet-COLA annuity?
Every policy change has consequences — some intentional, but others can be unexpected. The unexpected ones are the ones that can make a big impact, for Treasury, to the tune of $837,000.
For a huge chunk of the U.S. population, the big deal is that more than 73 million people will soon be getting their biggest catch-up with inflation increase in four decades.
In many ways, the way you handle your final affairs will determine how your family and friends remember you. So it’s important to get it right.