OPM is issuing a proposed rule to amend the Federal Employees Health Benefits program to add an optional enrollment type called “self plus one.”
OPM is proposing a rule that would extend life insurance coverage to the children of same-sex couples who work for the federal government.
Federal employees covered under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program will see an overall average increase of 3.2% in their premiums next year.
When is it possible to enroll for the self plus one plan in the federal employee health benefits plan?
Open season is coming up. Here is why this could be important to federal employees.
A FedSmith.com user asks about his logic of not electing Medicare Part B to cover the cost of co-pays.
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.
If you’re curious about which states offer the most tax friendly environments for retirees, check out the interactive retiree tax map on the Kiplinger web site.
Two Representatives from Oregon have introduced the TRICARE Protection Act which is designed to protect military retirees from sudden loss of access to primary care doctors.
The author outlines different kinds of life insurance available, considerations to make in deciding whether to purchase life insurance, and how the Federal Employee Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) option fits into the decision.