When two federal employees are a married couple under FERS, they have different benefits considerations than families with only one federal employee.
What are the considerations for federal employees under FERS to leave survivor benefits to a spouse?
How can you achieve your dream retirement as a FERS federal employee? These are some general guidelines to begin the process.
Retiring before reaching one’s full retirement age can reduce the amount of Social Security payments in retirement.
If you leave federal service before you are eligible to retire immediately, should you take a lump sum payment or wait for a pension?
Is your FERS pension taxable? As the author explains, federal employees could wind up with a smaller monthly income in retirement than they were expecting.
How can you avoid running out of money in retirement while still letting your investments grow? The author shares his strategy of how he answers this question for his clients.
Have you considered these inherent risks to your retirement plans?
These are some of the biggest risks federal employees under FERS could potentially face.
When should you opt into or out of the Federal Employees Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) program?