Tag: Travel

How to Handle a Federal Employment Relocation

Filed in News by on August 20, 2015 Comments

Federal employees are often offered incentives for relocating to take new positions. The author provides some tips for federal workers who may be facing a relocation in the near future.

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Traveling Feds Will Get an Increase in Their Per Diem Rates

Filed in News by on August 17, 2015 Comments

The General Services Administration has released the new per diem rates for FY 2016, giving federal employees who travel for work a modest increase over last year’s rates.

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Moving Coupons and Discounts

Filed in News by on June 14, 2015 Comments

Federal employees often have to make moves to other cities as part of their work with the federal government. The author provides some tips to make your move easier as well as save you some money in the process.

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Summertime Getaway Deals for Government Workers

Filed in News by on May 10, 2015 Comments

With summer quickly approaching, federal employees may be looking to get away for a summer vacation. The author lists some summer vacation ideas as well as how federal workers can get discounts on their summer travel plans.

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Denver Federal Center: ‘Washington, D.C. West’

Filed in News by on April 17, 2015 Comments

The Denver Federal Center located in Lakewood, Colorado is a branch of the General Services Administration and contains 26 federal agencies, which makes it the most densely packed federal area outside of Washington D.C.

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The Best Travel Deals for Federal Government Employees

Filed in News by on April 28, 2014 Comments

As summer approaches, it’s a good time to start planning a family vacation. These are some discounts you can get as a federal employee to help keep your summer vacation travel costs down.

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Shutdown Doesn’t Slow Traffic to St. Augustine Monument

Filed in News by on October 15, 2013 Comments

The government shutdown has closed national parks, but as a national monument in St. Augustine, FL demonstrates, you wouldn’t necessarily know it.

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States with the Highest (and Lowest) Tax Burdens

Filed in News by on October 23, 2012 Comments

If you are planning on retiring soon and relocating to another state, you may want to pay attention to which states offer the most friendly tax climates for their residents. A recent study from the Tax Foundation provides a ranking of all 50 states.

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