When the Federal Employees Retirement System was being developed in Congress, most people didn’t switch even though they probably should have.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Veterans Affairs Department’s smoking ban at medical facilities now extends to its employees, something their union is not happy about.
Since the 1980s some federal offices and postal stations have been divided by a form of pension envy between CSRS and FERS.
No matter how humble your salary, job, habits and possessions you have an estate.
Are you a fed who needs more realistic investing guidance? Look at your own Thrift Savings Plan account and those or your 5,690,000 fellow account holders.
Feds more than most groups need to check on their tax status after retirement. That’s why many move.
After a welcome rebound in June, all Thrift Savings Plan funds took a downward turn in July. It’s a flip from a year ago, when every fund experienced positive performance between June and July.
Thanks to a 1997 tax law that included the then-new Roth option, many people saving for retirement now have two choices.
Have you had your professional mid-life crisis yet? If not, this might be a good time to get it over with.
Should you stick with the TSP? Or would you be happier elsewhere? Financial expert and successful TSP investor Abraham Grungold shares his thoughts.
The new budget deal between Congress and the White House includes a two-year ban on sequestration-related furloughs for federal workers.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Health and Human Services releases 25 ways the agency can improve how it spends taxpayer money.
The current bull market is more than a decade old and is long overdue for a major correction. Financial planner Arthur Stein has plenty of federal clients and offered his thoughts.
A lot of people are now wondering if it’s a good time to get out of government and do something else. Jeff Neal reminds feds that an ill-informed move could land you somewhere that is worse than where you are now.