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February 23, 2024

Federal Employee Retirement and Benefits News

TSP & Retirement

There is a major issue in your retirement savings plan: GMO

Americans nearing retirement are shocked. Unsophisticated "McMoney" accounting consultants told them that bonds were secure, steady, and reliable and that balancing stocks and bonds was fine in all scenarios. To their dismay, none of these things are true in...

Strategies for Long-Term Financial Security: Advice for Federal Employees

Long-term financial security is a top priority for federal employees as they plan for retirement and navigate the complexities of the federal benefits system. This article provides actionable advice and strategies to help federal employees achieve long-term financial security, covering...

Why You Should Consider a Thrift Savings Plan Investment Today

The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is a one-of-a-kind retirement plan that provides significant benefits to participants who join ...

How to Get the Most Out of Your FERS Pension

The federal government's FERS has a three-legged stool of retirement benefits comprising the Basic Benefit Plan, the Thrift ...

Ways You Can Invest in Veteran Hires

If your firm has dedicated time and resources to veteran recruitment or is stepping up these efforts, you also have to think of ways to invest in their success once they've been hired. Here are some top tips. Benefits &...

Benefits and limitations of thrift savings plan annuity

Annuity, like other retirement plans, is a plan in which you pay a certain amount now, enabling you to receive a monthly allowance until your last breath.

Social Security: Cost of Living Raise Might Result in Benefits Running Out Sooner

The most considerable boost in Social Security benefit...

The 9 Life Transformations That Have An Impact On Social Security Benefit

Everything in life is not permanent since change is constant in life. However, the social security benefit is about to change. Therefor...

You should Get Yourself Ready for a Lengthy Retirement

Everyone has the same hope: to extend their lifespan. Everyone has the hope that they will have a long life. But do we have the financial resources to support such a long life? Let's look at a handful of intriguing...

Sin #3 and Your 401(k)

What dangers should you accept to reach your financial objective, if any? What's the cut-off point? That's a simple question, but the answer can be complex. How much is "enough" depends on a myriad of factors. What's more important to...

You Can Now Appeal Your Hospital Observation Status As A Medicare Beneficiary 

Hospitals use the term "observation status" when billing

Here Are Three Ways to Protect Your Retirement Fund from a Downturn

It's normal to feel uneasy about retiring when the economy could be in a downturn, but there are methods to keep your current standard of living in retirement even if the economy takes a downturn. Inflation is at 40-year highs,...

Managing Retirement-Related Healthcare Costs

When people begin planning for retirement, the typical expenses taken into account include housing, utilities, gas, and even food. Unfortunately, retirees fail to c...

What’s Your Vision For Retirement?

While it's never too early to start thinking about retirement, a frequent misconception is that it simply means p...

Converting TSP Money Into Annuities

An annuity is one of several choices for withdrawals from a

Can A Part-Time Employment Help You Delay Social Security?

Deferring your Social Security claim is frequently recommended. Why? Based on your specific earnings history, you are eligible for your ...

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