The author offers some suggestions for ways federal employees can spend their time after retirement.
The Truman Little White House in Key West, FL is a historical building that was host to Harry S. Truman and five other U.S. presidents.
If you are at or nearing retirement in your federal career, you may be thinking of relocating to a new state. South Carolina is a state that often attracts newcomers with its mild weather, attractive cities, and lots or recreational activities, but look closely at the state’s income tax structure before taking the relocation plunge.
Although the Black Hills of South Dakota are generally thought of as a Memorial Day through October vacation destination, several National Park Service sites are open all year including Mount Rushmore National Memorial.
This retired federal employee has used some of his time since joining the ranks of “former” federal employees to travel around the world. Here are some of his tips and suggestions to make the best use of your time and money.
The Badlands in South Dakota is a bucolic area of the country you can see from the window of your car.
Life-size bronze statues of U.S. Presidents stand on nearly every street corner in Rapid City, South Dakota’s historic downtown.
You may find your living expenses go up when you retire instead of going down. Here is one way you can travel at a significant discount to what most travelers will pay–courtesy of Uncle Sam.
Travel problems? This retired federal human resources specialist provides advice on what to avoid in the name of frugality and how to have a more successful experience.
Just two weeks after an Armistice was declared to end World War I in 1918, Kansas City leaders met to discuss the need to create a lasting monument to the men and women who had served in the War, and most notably to those who had died.