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September 28, 2020

Federal Employee Retirement and Benefits News

Federal Retirement Articles




A Retirement Benefit is Just the Start, by Todd Carmack

As a federal employee, most people probably want to talk about the fantastic retir...

Should You Have Life Insurance? Four Signs You Should, by Aaron Steele

You’re young, healthy, play sports once a week and have a great diet; therefore, life insurance probably isn’t the first thing on your...

Importance of Sound Retirement Advice, by Mark Heinrich

As time goes on, we’re hearing from more and more people who are planning retirement and getting conflicting advice. As well as the clas...

Common Myths with Claiming Social Security, by Michael Sesler

When should you start to claim Social Security? For many, this is a big decision that causes confusing conversations with partners, friend...

Planning and Preparing for Retirement – 10 Things Retirees Wish They Knew, by Curt Hespe

With the events of 2020, it’s fair to say that the topic of retirement has fallen down the list of priorities in recent times. However, ...

Three Rules for 401(K) Withdrawal to Ensure Your Retirement Savings Last Longer

Saving during your retirement years is tough, and when you...

Three Ways to Prepare for an Early Retirement Sponsored By:Bill Hoff

It's been months since the pandemic started, and millions of Americ...

47% of Americans Think Paying Medical Bills is an Unavoidable Retirement Expense, by Todd Carmack

Healthcare is an unavoidable expense. But when it comes to...

5 Important (and Not Fun) Facts about Federal Retirement, by Aaron Steele

Have you ever read the articles that offer ‘fun’ facts about retirement, saving money, and other financial topics? We have, and they b...

What Will Happen to Your Social Security Benefits if the Economic Crisis Forces You Back to Work?, by Michael Sesler

The coronavirus has had a massive impact on the United Sta...

The Impact of a Recession on Retirement and Social Security, by RICK VIADER

At the start of 2020, nobody could have predicted the year we would have. With COVID-19 causing mayhem for economies all over the world, e...

Introduction to Dynamic Spending Rules for Retirement, by Bill Grossman

How much money will you be able to spend every year during retirement? This is a difficult question to answer because you want financial f...

How to Retire Debt-Free with a Million-Dollar TSP, by Mark Heinrich

Everyone dreams of retiring with a substantial nest egg. J...

Do I Have Too Much Saved for Retirement?, by Bill Hoff

When it comes to retirement, saving too much can be just as damaging as not saving enough. For the aggressive savers out there, you’re p...

How to Survive a Market Downturn as a Retiree, by Brad Furges

With the COVID-19 pandemic causing much fluctuation in the...

The CARES Act Allows You to Withdraw up to $100,000 from a Retirement Plan – Here’s Why Most People Aren’t Considering It, by Michael Sesler

COVID-19 has brought chaos to the financial world, shattering the US economy, and driving millions into unemployment. Many are uncertain of what life would become e...

Retirement: How Many Years Should You Prepare For?, by Aaron Steele

The goal of every retiree or any individual planning retirement is to enjoy and do whatever they want without running out of money. Un...

Thrift Saving Plan Heading for a Summer Slump or Not?

The COVID-19 pandemic clobbered the stock market to a low ...

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