John Grobe is President of Federal Career Experts, a consulting firm that specializes in federal retirement and career transition issues. He is also affiliated with TSP Safety Net. John retired from federal service after 25 years of progressively more responsible human resources positions. He is the author of Understanding the Federal Retirement Systems and Career Transition: A Guide for Federal Employees, both published by the Federal Management Institute. Federal Career Experts provides pre-retirement seminars for a wide variety of federal agencies.
John Grobe's Latest Posts
Do you want to ensure that you spouse remains covered by FEHB after your death? Then you want to elect some level of survivor benefit for your spouse at the time you retire. The author describes some considerations for choosing a survivor benefit.
The Thrift Savings Plan has announced that it will be adding more investment and withdrawal options to its lineup of funds. The author discusses the details of some of these proposed changes.
No one lives forever, but you will leave survivors. Your federal employee benefits are valuable and can affect those that survive you. The author details what federal workers can expect to happen with regards to their benefits if they pass away after retiring from federal service.
The Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards has published the Consumer Guide to Financial Self Defense. It lists some “red flags” that investors should be aware of when working with a financial advisor. The author explains what this means for federal employees.
Federal retirement expert John Grobe recently wrote an article describing what federal employees can expect to happen to their federal benefits should they pass away while still working. Many of our users had more questions on the subject, so he has written this follow up article providing answers to some of the questions he received.