C Fund Loses about 11% in September
The S&P Index results are now available for the past month and the past quarter. The C Fund is based on this index so readers can get a close idea of how their fund is doing now.
Costs of the FEHB continue to go up each year. The impact on retirees is significant and legislation is pending that may provide some relief. The long-term challenge to OPM will be to control costs and to balance benefits.
The Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area has reintroduced bison, elk and the prairie to this unique area.
Actions by the head of the US Commission on Civil Rights have made the agency ineffective and an embarrassment to the Administration
TSP investors are changing how they invest their retirement funds in this bear market. Many are also changing their retirement plans.
The C Fund is down about 18% for the past twelve months but turned positive for August 2002.
Harvard Reluctantly Accepts Military Recruiters on Campus
Investors usually flee stock funds at the end of stock market declines, just in time to lose out on the next round of gains.
Employees of the FDA are leaving in greater numbers than at other similar agencies