FEEA received a record number of aid requests in July, primarily from federal employees seeking relief from furloughs. The organization said that the donations it is receiving are not keeping up with the demand for loans.
A fired Internal Revenue Service employee was not able to convince the appeals court that she was entitled to appointed legal counsel either before the Board or before the court in challenging her removal and that failing to appoint an attorney for her was abuse of discretion.
Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee Chairman Charles Boustany Jr., M.D. (R-LA) has released information from the IRS that shows a breakdown how much time agency employees were spending on official time.
Everyone should plan for retirement. One aspect of planning that is often overlooked is taxes. Here are a few tips to consider in calculating your future retirement income as a federal employee.
August 26, 2013, is an important day for federal employees and retirees who are in legally recognized same-sex marriages. The author explains the significance of this date for people in this situation.
Will there be a federal employee pay raise in 2014? Don’t hold your breath or plan an increase in your budget yet.
Several bills that would affect federal employees recently passed the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
A group of Republicans have said they will not vote to stop a government shutdown if Obamacare is not defunded.