Is there a “Cadillac” tax on your federal employee health benefits in the future? The tax goes into effect in 2018. Here are the details and how federal employees could be affected.
The nation’s largest employer, the federal government, on Nov. 6 began accepting applications for phased retirement. While the rules apply only to federal workers, they could serve as a pilot project for the private sector.
Here are some tips that will make you feel more secure in retired life.
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel is reportedly stepping down due to pressure from the Obama administration, according to news reports Monday.
Hundreds of thousands of federal employees deemed “essential” during the 2013 government shutdown will be able to join a multimillion dollar lawsuit against the government, a judge for the U.S. Court of Federal Claims decided.
The author says that Republicans have won Congress but not the public’s trust and that earning that trust will require them to prove that they put the public interest ahead of their own. One bill mentioned in this regard involves expelling congressional employees from the Federal Employees Health Benefits program.