As Americans we often take our personal freedom for granted. A relatively small country of 5 million people that is now enjoying freedom gave the author a different perspective on what it means to live in a free country.
What will you do when you retire? Many people travel to places they have always wanted to visit. Author Steve Oppermann is one of these retirees. He travels around the world, when not conducting human resources seminars for federal agencies.
The Internal Revenue Service is raising the mileage reimbursement rate because of the increasing cost of filling up a car with gas. How will this decision impact federal employees?
There are changes on the horizon for federal travelers. The change in the mileage reimbursement rate is already in place but other changes that will be significant for some readers are in the proposal stage.
Do you have realistic plans for your retirement? Think about your lifestyle preferences and check out an area before pulling up stakes and moving. You may save yourself a lot of money and disappointment.
The IRS has paved the way for increasing the rate paid to federal employees who drive on government business.
The General Services Administration has posted the maximum per diem allowances for travel in foreign areas on its website for fiscal year 2005.
This former IRS employee has learned how to have an exciting retirement traveling around the world.
Some air traffic controllers say errors are increasing at O’Hare airport as air traffic increases there.
GSA has increased the reimbursement rates for use of personal vehicles on government business.