Social Security

government forms,

Sometimes, just rewriting a form can improve a federal program

If there’s a universal constant among federal agencies, it’s forms. Forms often get complicated and that can impede people’s applications for benefits.

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Peter MusurlianThiago Glieger

Why it pays to think twice about paying off that mortgage before retirement

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social seciurity, fraud, AI

Nah, debt default won’t stop Social Security checks

Treasury has a way to ensure continuity of Social Security benefits payments without the need to raise the debt ceiling

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The three-legged stool of federal retirement might have a fourth leg

Federal retirement tends to stand like a three-legged stool: the FERS annuity, the Thrift Savings Plan and Social Security. But a fourth leg could make…

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The rest of fiscal 2023 is shaping up to be an extra-rocky time for contractors

The usual uncertainty over budget negotiations, coupled with the debt-ceiling brinksmanship, mean contractors should be highly prepared. This as federal spending continues to set records.

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