TSP investors are not immune to scams from people who see a big pot of money and would like to have some of it.
Planning for retirement requires thinking through several phases of life you are likely to encounter after leaving government service.
Will the federal government be attractive as an employer to new college graduates? There are some bright spots and some good opportunities for Uncle Sam’s recruiters. Will the hiring process be able to meet the challenge or will it result in taking people that were turned down elsewhere?
When Congress passes legislation to stop the corruption, or at least stop the perception of corruption, will the pensions of a small number of federal employees be affected?
How well can you expect to live after your retirement from government service? Here are a couple of illustrations.
Do you have realistic plans for your retirement? Think about your lifestyle preferences and check out an area before pulling up stakes and moving. You may save yourself a lot of money and disappointment.
Everyone lives with an accumulation of choices we have made over time. Some readers will retire early; others will never be able to retire.
The federal retirement program is probably the safest and most secure retirement program available–even if the recipient has committed a serious crime.
A former VA employee challenges the reduction in his annuity payment.
Your federal annuity is valuable. Here is the result of a court decision in which a divorced spouse of a deceased federal employee was trying to receive an annuity.