Maximizing your withdrawals while avoiding penalties.
Bipartisan legislation would allow agencies to give awards of up to $10,000 to federal employees who help save the government money.
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Defense looks to save money and simplify military health care system through reforms.
White House says average federal worker will contribute $100K in savings over next decade.
The president's fiscal 2017 budget reiterates support for six weeks of paid administrative leave for feds after the birth, adoption or foster placement of a child.
Democratic lawmaker says he and union will open 'a can of whoop ass' on anti-labor colleagues.
The inventory, which rose by more than 8,000 claims between December and January, is smaller than it was a year ago.
The military it wants to be known as a family-friendly employer.
Congress puts a stop to two popular strategies for maximizing benefits.
Fees for brand-name drugs and certain generic medications increased between $2 and $4 on Feb. 1.