When a survivor benefit turns out to be much smaller than expected.
President signs bipartisan law that lets federal cops and firefighters access TSP funds without tax fee when they are eligible to retire.
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The New Jersey governor has put government employees' benefits on the chopping block.
Employees do not need to prove identity theft to show damages, attorneys say.
Landmark decision will have little impact on benefits because a 2013 ruling opened up many to federal workers and retirees in same-sex marriages.
More than two dozen groups call on president to provide more information and protection to employees and retirees in wake of massive data breach.
Measure would allow law enforcement officers to draw from their savings at age 50 without paying 10 percent penalty.
After a week of congressional hearings, we still don’t know the full extent of the massive cyberattacks.
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