Pay Freeze, Familiar Retirement Cuts in Budget

The White House budget proposal released this week for the fiscal year starting in October contains several familiar proposals to …More

Changes in Pay, Appeals Rights Proposed; Detail lacking

The White House budget proposal for fiscal 2019 follows through on earlier indications that the administration will push for civil …More

Budget’s Proposals on Federal Employee Benefits Leave Questions

Short-Staffing, Under-Funded Training Taking a Toll, OPM Says

TSP: Withdrawal Changes in Progress, but No Target Date Yet

OPM Nominations, Appeals Bill Set to Advance

Keep a Focus on Oath of Public Service, OGE Says

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Federal Retirement & Financial Planning Report

Pattern of Delaying Retirement Continues

The trend of recent years of delaying retirement continues, according the Labor Department data that also show however, that other …More

Spousal Rights in TSP Payouts Vary by Retirement Program
Designating Someone to Make Health Care Decisions if You Can’t
Consistency of Investing a Key to Building Retirement Savings
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Federal Manager's Daily Report

Report Lists Promising Agency Personnel Practices

OPM’s recently released Federal Workforce Priorities Report lists what it calls promising agency practices “intended to serve as a sample …More

OPM Finds Four Keys to High Performance
Budget Shows Federal Workforce Growing, Contrasts It with Private Sector’s
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TSP Investment Report

The TSP Had Its Most Volatile Two Weeks Since 2011

The TSP equity funds have had an extremely volatile and poor-performing two-week period. It hasn’t been this bad since we …More

2 Smart Methods to Preserve TSP Capital

Armed Forces News

2.6-Percent Pay Raise Proposed for ’19

The Trump administration’s proposed $686-billion defense-spending bill for 2019 includes a 2.6-percent raise in basic pay — the largest increase …More

Proposed VA Budget Focuses on Health Care, Accountability
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