Here are a few tips to consider in calculating your future retirement income as a federal employee.
Planning for your retirement is a necessity. The first step to begin this process is to understand the retirement benefits available to you as a federal employee.
The author says that federal employees have much to be thankful for when it comes to generating income in retirement.
What are the roadblocks and obstacles for a Federal Disability Retirement application, filed through the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, whether under FERS or CSRS?
As you get closer to the time when federal employees start thinking about retirement, there can often be apprehension about whether or not you are ready. This article will attempt to give you a clear understanding of the financial impacts of your decisions, so you can be informed and comfortable with what you decide.
Starting Social Security at age 62? Or anytime before your Full Social Security Age (65-67)? Most Federal Employees are too – but they usually haven’t heard of the three big whammies that come with starting Social Security early. Don’t let these whammies catch you by surprise.
Did you know that your FERS retirement income will have some unique twists and turns? Your retirement income will start, stop and change in ways that simply won’t compute in most financial planning calculators. Find out how your income will change, and what it means for your ‘Gap’.
What is the overall impact of the pay freeze on employees retiring in the near future? The author runs some hypothetical numbers to illustrate.
The author, who is a retired federal employee, recounts how he left his government career to start a coffee farm in Colombia, South America.
What percentage of a federal employee’s annuity does the government pay? The author provides the results of his investigative research.