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Another Grim Month for TSP Returns

All of the stock-based funds ended January in the red.

An Army soldier with Company B, 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division, scans the Korengal Valley in Afghanistan.

1.6 Percent Pay Raise for Service Members in 2017?

President’s upcoming budget proposal reportedly will contain a slightly higher pay boost for members of the military next year.

Obama Announces New Equal-Pay Rules to Address the Gender Pay Gap

Companies with 100 employees or more will be required to disclose pay data broken down by race and gender to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter speaks to 101st Airborne Division soldiers during a visit to Fort Campbell, Kentucky, earlier in January.

Female Service Members Will Get 12 Weeks of Paid Maternity Leave

The change doubles the amount of such leave currently available to most women in the military.

New Retirement Proposal For American Workers Modeled After TSP

The National Savings Plan would incorporate many TSP features, including automatic enrollment, low fees and age-based investment levels.

A Rare Open Season For Life Insurance

Get ready for an unusual event: an open enrollment period for Federal Employees Group Life Insurance.

Diana Rubens, former director of the Veterans Benefits Administration’s Philadelphia office, is one of the officials being demoted.

Former VA Senior Executives Will Learn Their Fate By Feb. 1

MSPB has to issue a decision by Monday on whether to uphold or overturn the demotions of Diana Rubens and Kimberly Graves.

White House Applauds Upcoming Change to Ease Rolling Over 401(k)s Into TSP

Obama administration says new TSP system will modernize retirement program.

Feds Made Fewer Hardship Withdrawals From TSP in 2015

Age-based withdrawals among retirement plan participants, however, is up, according to latest data.