Retirement

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Will the super COLA pump up the pay raise?

With the 2022 retire cost of living adjustment heading for record territory, many working feds wonder if an inflation-driven boost for retirees will influence…

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Retirement reality check: Will it be a dream or a nightmare? Your call.

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Federal retirement kept dropping in May but backlog still higher than same time in 2020

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Worried about saving enough for retirement? You’re not alone!

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(AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)In this June 14, 2018, file photo, Elston Bradshaw, a mail carrier for the United States Postal Service closes a mail truck door after delivering mail to an apartment complex in Aventura, Fla. Amazon’s Prime shipping program set the pace for shoppers’ expectations, and the nation’s largest online player continues to look for new ways to keep up with shoppers’ demands. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson, File)

USPS sends first RIF notices to non-union employees, seeks to raise mail prices above inflation

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ADVANCE FOR RELEASE SATURDAY, DEC. 19, 2020 AND THEREAFTER -  Personal protective masks are displayed on a pallet of protective gloves in the warehouse at the Body Armor Outlet store, Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020, in Salem, N.H. An Associated Press analysis shows states spent more than $7 billion this spring buying personal protective equipment like masks, gloves and gowns as well as vital medical devices like ventilators. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Returning to the office: A make-or-break moment for feds nearing retirement?

Agencies are lifting mask requirements, and some in Congress are calling for federal employees to return to their offices soon. How agencies handle it…

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Best date to retire? How about never!

By working another two years, an employee earning $80,000 per year can boost their retirement income by almost $30,000.

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(Getty Images/iStockphoto/fotostok_pdv)Close up of female hands counting US dollar banknotes at the table in front a laptop computer. Woman accountant with money and notebook.

Payroll tax deferral still causing headaches for some federal retirees and seasonal workers

All federal employees, including some retirees and seasonal workers who received recent debt notices indicating otherwise, still have until Jan. 3, 2022 to repay deferred payroll taxes from last year before interest will accrue.

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