John Grobe

AP/David GoldmanFILE - In this June 6, 2015, file photo, a customer, bottom, pays for goods while shopping at the Atlanta Farmers Market in Atlanta. Americans finally got a raise in 2015 after seven years of stagnating incomes, driven by big gains among the poorest households, according to information provided by the Census Bureau, Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016. Higher minimum wages in many states and tougher competition among businesses to fill jobs pushed up pay, while low inflation made those paychecks stretch further. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)

Retirement planning: Wisdom of the crowd, when groupthink pays off

Retirement planning is essential for just about everyone but if you work for Uncle Sam, a few things can cost you once you’ve switched from larger biweekly…

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Social Security, best day to retire and other life questions

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Social Security & TRICARE

This week on “Your Turn”, John Grobe, president of Federal Career Experts will answer your questions about Social Security, and the best day for you to…

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Blizzard 2016: Different strokes for different cities

Uncle Sam did have a major — in some cases record-breaking — event over the weekend. It closed many operations in many places. Others carried on. All kept vital functions going, no matter what.

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