Postal Service employees should visit LiteBlue to download their FEHB (health benefits) guides for this year’s open season.
Postal LiteBlue and Open SeasonOctober 28, 2014 / by admin
There are many more retirement readiness questions we could pose, but I think we have sufficient fuel to allow us to take a good look at our readiness for 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.
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.
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.
After you put your federal retirement plan in place, the biggest challenge is implementing it.
The Post Office’s 500,000 employees have already been cut by 200,000 with plans to trim another 100,000. There are many changes slated to take place in the Post Office to create efficiency by incorporating technology that will answer the growing needs of customers.
The Post Office has a long history of serving the nation. Carrying the mail has not always been easy. Many carriers had to carry rifles and pistols to ward off stage coach robbers. Mary Fields knew how to handle a gun. Fortunately laws have been made to protect Mail Carriers and the mail.
Mail Carriers are a constant in the lives of most Americans. We know our carriers and we depend on them to deliver the mail.
July 17th is the last day to submit ideas about what the next generation of Post Office vehicles will look like and how they will need to function.
The Postal Service uses HR Shared Services as their pre-retirement, all things human resources information and advice arm. Upon retirement the go-to-gurus will be the Office of Personnel Management?
Congress requires the United States Postal Service to pre-fund health benefits for future retirees.
hey are again offering 3,000 postmasters the opportunity to retire early, this time with an financial incentive of $10,000. Post Offices are cutting back on hours across the country thereby needing fewer workers to cover the one-time around the clock effort.
Organizations tend to concentrate on retirement during this period because the likelihood of things changing significantly in the work profile of these employees is fairly remote. Generally, in calculating an annuity estimate, the high-three average salary is key. Therefore, if you are about to retire in 3 – 5 years, your salary may not change significantly.
What happens to the annual leave that an employee has accumulated if he or she dies in service?
The Postal Service offers Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) to their employees. The FSA program is administered by United Healthcare for the United States Postal Service.
Did you know that the United States Postal Service has an Annual Leave Exchange (ALE) Program available through the LiteBlue website?
PostalEase and LiteBlue help the Postal Service provide service and structure to all the post offices throughout the nation. As I speak to a number of individuals they describe the Postal Service as just their local post office.
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