These are four important questions federal employees should consider before retirement.
Medicare, health savings accounts (HSA), and survivor’s annuities are important components of a federal employee’s retirement planning.
Federal retirement budgets will be very different because of taxes, insurance costs, pension deductions for survivor benefits, and Medicare.
How do survivor benefits work under FERS and CSRS in situations such as divorce or getting married after retiring?
Federal employees face a number of benefits options when retiring, and it is important that they fully understand them to ensure they make the best selections.
How does the surviving spouse of a federal employee in a same-sex marriage establish eligibility for a survivor annuity or death benefit?
Are there ever times when it is a bad idea to give full survivor benefits to your spouse?