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24Sep

2018

There is almost $600 billion just sitting in the Thrift Savings plan waiting for federal employees to use it when they retire. TSP and Congress Congress has a track record of spending money from any available source, so it’s understandable…

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19Sep

2018

The Thrift Savings Plan program will increase the proportion of some investments in certain stocks with the hopes of growing the amount of money annuitants receive after they retire. Agency officials of the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board outlined a…

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13Sep

2018

Federal employee Open Season for benefits will be from Monday, November 12, 2018-Monday, December 10, 2018. This is the time when you need to make benefit selections for the upcoming year. During this time, you can enroll, change plans or…

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12Sep

2018

President Trump recently signed a bill into law that will provide additional paid leave to certain federal employees working at the Department of Veterans Affairs. The Veterans Providing Healthcare Transition Improvement Act (S. 899), introduced by Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI),…

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11Sep

2018

The Office of Personnel Management told agencies they must comply with the federal district court’s recent ruling, which struck down 9 key provisions of the president’s executive orders on collective bargaining, official time, and employee removals. Ketjani Brown Jackson, U.S….

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10Sep

2018

When you retire, your Thrift Savings Plan account may be the largest source of income you draw from. You’ll want to avoid these mistakes to ensure you maximize your retirement income. Keep Your Beneficiary Forms Updated It may be easy…

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07Sep

2018

It’s no surprise that the Office of Personnel Management has a large backlog of retirement claims, including both regular retirement and disability retirement applications. When you submit your retirement application, you want to be 100% sure it’s complete and timely;…

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07Sep

2018

Discontinued Service Retirement (DSR) is the only type of federal retirement that isn’t voluntary. You become eligible for DSR if you are separated against your will for reasons other than “misconduct or delinquency” and you meet the age and service…

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05Sep

2018

Among the other requirements for Federal Disability Retirement eligibility, one is your agency must certify it is unable to accommodate your disabling condition in your present position and it has considered you for any vacant position in the same agency,…

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04Sep

2018

The Office of Personnel Management released a new rule amending Federal Employee Health Benefits Program regulations to allow family members to be removed from existing Self Plus One and Self Plus Family enrollments. The new rules allow this to occur…

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