federal retirement

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Your TSP million could outlast their Powerball billion

The stock market has driven down the number of federal employees with at least a million dollars in their Thrift Savings Plan accounts.

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Retiring after nearly 40 years, GAO Public Affairs Specialist Fuller O. ‘Ned’ Griffith has stories to tell…

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Federal executive: Why move on when today’s work is so great?

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‘Might as well keep working.’ Pandemic prompts some feds to delay or reconsider retirement plans

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Survey: Has the pandemic changed your views on retirement?

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Rough spots on the 2021 road to retirement

If you’re even THINKING about retiring this year, or next, you have a lot to consider. And 2021/22 could be a tough time to decide.

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Law enforcement officers stand watch at South Carolina's Statehouse during an expected day of unrest across the country on Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021, in Columbia, S.C. (AP Photo/Meg Kinnard)

Members of Congress want to help federal law enforcement officers retire if they’re hurt on the job

In today’s Federal Newscast, the Fair RETIRE Act would allow injured officers to stay in the same retirement system if they take another job within the…

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(Amelia Brust/Federal News Network)

Federal retirement mostly steady in December after autumn spike, decline

This fall was a volatile period for federal retirement claims – with a noticeable spike in October and mirroring decline the month after. But December seems to have been when activity more or less calmed down.

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