Pay & Benefits
Recently introduced legislation would provide enhanced retirement benefits for certain federal law enforcement officers.
The U.S. Court of Federal Claims has just handed down a payday bonanza for federal employees who signed up for the class action case demanding redress for lost pay during the 2013 government shutdown.
Legislation has been reintroduced in the new Congress to give federal employees six weeks of paid parental leave for the birth or adoption of a child.
The author has compiled a list of discounts available to retired federal employees on things such as travel, computers, and restaurants.
What changes are likely to occur to your pay and benefits? These are some proposed changes federal workers might see under a new administration based on what we know today.
A resolution recently introduced in the Senate pledges to support the federal workforce with “five fights for federal employees.”
A TSP participant can designate anyone as a beneficiary to a TSP account, however, only a spousal beneficiary can choose to leave the funds in TSP. The author says it’s important to understand all implications of a spousal beneficiary deciding to keep funds inside of the TSP.
What happens to your benefits as a federal employee if you leave before you are eligible to retire from federal service?