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Postal retirement

 

USPS Faces Major Financial Obstacles In Funding Future Retiree Benefits

USPS Faces Major Financial Obstacles In Funding Future Retiree Benefits The U.S. Postal Service said an impending cash crunch could cause the agency to default for a fifth straight year on a $6.9 billion payment…

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Could Taking Early FERS Retirement Cost Benefits? – by June Kirby

Although taking retirement early may sound appealing to many people, doing so could end up being detrimental to your retirement income situation – especially in terms of your FERS (Federal Employees Retirement System) Special Retirement Supplement (SRS) benefit.

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Is Retirement On Your Christmas List?

Are you planning to retire at the end of the year, starting 2015 as a retiree instead of an active Federal employee?

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Utility Companies Are Spreading Cheer

Federal Employees Should Protect Themselves This Holiday Season

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NEWSLETTER WEEKLY – CHANGES IN WASHINGTON

There are many changes taking place in the nation’s capital.

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Postal LiteBlue and Open Season

Postal Service employees should visit LiteBlue to download their FEHB (health benefits) guides for this year’s open season.

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Critical Ages For Federal Retirement

There are Critical Ages that Federal Employees should be aware of. These ages represent opportunities for Federal Employees who might want to maximize their retirement benefits.

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Will Spending Be The Same In Retirement?

For Federal Employees, spending will change in retirement. Some federal retirees will spend more and some will spend less based on their individual financial situation.

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Retiring In Less Than One Year

You should carefully read all of the information in the application package and submit the forms. You do not need to submit a resignation letter. Your completed and signed application is equivalent to a resignation.

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Records To Check Before Retirement

It is best to make certain all of your records are in place when anticipating retirement

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For Federal Employees – Tips To Creating A Retirement Budget

You don’t have to follow any particular format for creating a budget except to measure income against expenses. The tips below might help you get started.

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Budgeting And Federal Employee Financial Plans

Envision constructing a house – The financial plan is the front door to your dwelling and the budget is the back door, both are necessary if you expect to be safe and secure.

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Statements to Answer and Get You Thinking

Sometime we need a little nudge, some motivation to get our engines pointed towards painting a picture of our retirement future.

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Federal Employees – Building Your Financial Plan

The Financial Plan is a key component of your overall Retirement Planning strategy, so you can retire well and live in comfort and security.

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Buy-Outs Are On The Rise

The number of employees expected to sign on for retirement did not happen because too many Federal employees are ill-prepared to retire.

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Determining If A Trust Is Right For You

It seems to be the general concensus that a Last Will and Testament is an essential part of a good estate plan but Living Trusts are not as widely used nor understood.

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The Military Wants to Buy You Out

Some qualified service personnel have been offered voluntary retirement incentive programs. (VERA)

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Impacts of Voluntary Early Retirement (VERA)

VERA offerings might help agencies create efficiency and balance the budget, but those same results might not be achieved for the federal retiree.

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Federal Retirees Are Leaving the U.S. for Central America

Because affordability is a key phenomenon for many retirees, they choose different paths to living out their retirement years.

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