As of January 1, 2016, premiums for many options and age brackets under the Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) program will change due to actuarial adjustments. Here is a breakdown of the new premiums.
From an extra half day off on Christmas Eve to guidance on the new locality pay areas, here are the posts you read the most in 2015.
FEGLI has changed premiums for current enrollees effective the first full pay period of 2016. The author describes the changes in costs that federal employees can expect to see next year.
OPM announced that there will be an upcoming FEGLI open season.
The author provides considerations for federal workers beginning their careers at later ages.
OPM is proposing a rule that would extend life insurance coverage to the children of same-sex couples who work for the federal government.
Upon receiving the leave and earnings statement for the first full pay-period of 2014, many employees will notice that their premiums for Federal Employees Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) have increased. The author offers some details on what you can expect.
You may be able to acquire more FEGLI coverage by providing medical evidence of insurability or by experiencing a “qualifying life event” (QLE).
August 26, 2013, is an important day for federal employees and retirees who are in legally recognized same-sex marriages. The author explains the significance of this date for people in this situation.
OPM has officially released guidance on coverage for same sex spouses in light of the recent Supreme Court Decision on DOMA.