Most people won\'t have significant medical bills next year, but there\'s a 1 to 3 percent chance you will be hit with an accident or illness that could drain $100,000 from your purse or wallet. Mike Causey says the clock is ticking . . .
Looking for the perfect portfolio to fit inside your Thrift Savings Plan? Mike Causey talks with the pros about an investment model.
When it comes to health insurance premiums, postal workers pay up to 50 percent less than their federal colleagues in other agencies. How come? Mike Causey says it\'s not just the uniform.
It will be another three weeks - at least until Congress breaks for its Christmas holiday - before feds get a look at the new 2008 government pay scales. Congress has been out of town so much that it\'s failed to approve key tax and money bills, including one that would sweeten next year\'s raise.
The federal health insurance open season ends next Monday and its your last chance to save, or lose, as much as $1,000 next year. Most retirees and many feds never change plans.
The three most important things whether you are giving a government paycheck or buying or selling a house are the same: Location, location and location. So how does your city stack up in the 2008 pay raise derby?
Uncle Sam is about to limit you to doing it only twice a month...the \"it\" of course is the number of times you can make trades among the stock and bond funds of your TSP...Mike Causey says its just around the corner...
Millions of retired federal workers depend on the federal health plan to keep them alive -- and out of the poor house. For many retirees the most important question during this open season is this: Would it pay to enroll in Medicare Part B, as well?
Want the latest on the 2008 federal pay raise, or your chances of a bonus holiday the day before Christmas? Well, you\'ve come to the wrong place because Mike Causey says he\'s like everybody else, he doesn\'t know what\'s going to happen.
Tired of those \'The End Is Near\' reports from TV, radio and your hometown newspaper? Mike Causey says, the end isn\'t even close.
What do you call the day after Thanksgiving -- Friday -- or \"The day after Thanksgiving\"? Mike Causey calls it \"Lurch Day\" but he thinks you can come up with a better one than that. How about it?
Are you one of the so-called Quiet Feds -- people who are on duty or on call 24/7 -- if so, thanks for being there and checkout Mike Causey\'s column today for a very special salute to the silent services.
Paying for your medical deductibles, health-related products, and dependent care with pre-tax dollars out of your Flexible Spending Account is a no-brainer.
Thanksgiving, when you think about it, is a good time to weigh your odds of getting sick or having a major accident.