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Even for those who’ve decided they want to go next year and are at the higher end of the pay scale, it can pay to be patient.
It’s clear that fewer people are moving on this year, which isn’t exactly a surprise.
A look at the details of what makes one day better than another.
Our annual look at the optimum days to bid farewell to a career in government.
Federal employees and retirees have a variety of insurance options to choose from, too.
Effective planning for your future requires making a series of key decisions.
For those feds covered by the Civil Service Retirement System and Social Security, calculating retirement benefits can get complicated.
If they’re pushing alternatives to federal benefits like survivor annuities, be wary.
Some of the answers might surprise you.
To address the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the government has loosened restrictions on several federal employee benefits programs.
Federal employees need to be financially ready in case they’re affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
A word to the wise about survivor benefits, taxes, insurance and more.
A summertime Q&A featuring hot issues involving federal retirement benefits.
A look back at some important columns you might’ve missed from earlier this year.
Deciphering the all-important Standard Form 50.
Some additional common misperceptions and half-truths.
A look at some common misperceptions.
What you need to know about recent changes in agency operations and ongoing fraud schemes.
In the federal retirement world, divorces can be complicated.
Answers to this and other hypothetical questions.
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