Retirement

Social Security’s ‘Evil Twins’ are on House calendar for first time, for a possible first-ever vote

In today’s Federal Newscast: Social Security’s “Evil Twins” may actually get their first House vote. Federal employees are less satisfied with their pay,…

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Sunlight shines on the U.S. Capitol Dome in Washington, Friday, Jan. 7, 2022. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Bills, amendments linger in Congress with lasting implications for feds

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IT workforce, budget among top modernization challenges for OPM

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Even Anthony Fauci will have to get his retirement papers through the creaky OPM machinery

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Feds nearing retirement: Is it always a good idea to pay off that mortgage?

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For 2023, federal retirees will see largest COLA increase in over 40 years

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Biden’s pick for OPM deputy director addresses concerns about federal hiring, retirement processing

Biden’s nominee for OPM deputy director, Rob Shriver, would be the first position-holder since January 2021, if the Senate confirms him.

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Income plays a role in participants’ likeliness to change TSP contributions, FRTIB finds

35% of TSP participants in the lowest income bracket did not make changes to their TSP accounts after being automatically enrolled, a significantly higher…

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House committee tackles Social Security’s ‘Evil Twins’

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.

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