What Impact Does Inflation Have on Your Retirement Savings?

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The G fund inside of the Thrift Savings Plan is known as the “super safe” selection of the TSP funds because it never loses money. But how does it perform over the course of an entire career?

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2016 Presidential Preferences of the Federal Government Community

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In an early survey of the federal government community, Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio are in the lead as the preferred candidates.

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OPM’s Retirement Claims Backlog Now at Just Over 18k

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The latest retirement status report from the Office of Personnel Management shows that the backlog of outstanding claims now sits at just over 18,000.

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Outlining and Scripting Keys to Successful Witness Preparation

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The author says that witness preparation is a very important step in the planning process for a successful hearing. In his second article on the subject, he outlines some specific tips to cover with your witnesses when preparing for a hearing.

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I Fund Leads All TSP Funds in April and in 2015

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The I fund has provided the best returns for TSP investors so far in 2015. It was also the best performing fund in April. In what some might see as a warning sign of a market peak, TSP investors transferred about $1.9 billion out of the G fund in March.

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Reemployed Annuitant Became ‘At Will’ Employee

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A federal employee retired after a reduction-in-force, was reemployed, but finds out the hard way that keeping the annuity flowing means losing civil service protections.

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Air Traffic Controllers Propose System Reform: Put Us In Charge!

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The National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) reportedly supports the “defederalization” of air traffic control as a boon to safe air travel and suggested an air traffic controller-owned organization apparently operated as non-profit or a quasi-government outfit. Why might NATCA want to see anything less than a complete privatization of the air traffic system?

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Who Should Be the Next President?

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Who would you prefer to see elected as the next President of the United States? Here is a chance to express your opinion in the early stages of the political process.

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