The deficit reduction commission made a number of proposals late last year, including some that would impact federal pay and benefits. President Obama has not endorsed the recommendations. That may be about to change. Here is a summary of proposals from this commission that would impact the federal workforce and retirement programs.
When is the best day to retire? It depends. Here are a couple of examples and how it may impact your finances.
The deficit commission has made a number of recommendations that may impact your pay and benefits as a federal employee. Here is what we know, what we do not know, and why it is your best interests to pay close attention to these changes.
The average FEHB premium will increase 7.2% this year. What can you do to create your own gravity and hold your health care costs down?
A recent article on pet insurance for federal employees stirred up a hornet’s nest. Here is what happened.
What do topics as varied as pet insurance, domestic federal employee partners, and federal employee health insurance have in common? For those who may not quickly see a relationship between these widely varying topics, here is your answer.
The new FEDVIP premiums for 2011 are out and, like health insurance, will be higher.
Why are your insurance premiums going up and how much money could you save by checking out the different costs and benefits for each plan?
How much will your health insurance cost increase next year? On average, about 7.2%–at least that will be your share of the increase. Here are the details.
Will you get a COLA as a federal retiree in 2011? Will federal employees get a pay raise in 2011? How much will your health insurance premium go up in 2011?