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GOP group calls for cuts in federal retirees’ benefits to fund Katrina relief

Reductions in annuities, health benefits aimed at saving $5.2 billion over ten years.

Life After Government: What To Do

In the third installment of our weeklong series, Karen Rutzick looks at the many and varied post-retirement options, from consulting to antiquing.

Dental and vision insurance pushed back until December 2006

Supplemental coverage won’t be subsidized by agencies, but OPM will use large number of employees to negotiate lower costs.

Life After Government: The Big Picture

In the first in a weeklong series, Karen Rutzick reports on the ever-increasing number of employees who have their eye on a retirement date--and what comes next.

Cost of managing TSP continues to shrink

Administrative expenses are low and getting lower.

Travel Math

Rules for getting compensatory time off for travel are fussy and complex.

Employee share of health insurance premiums to climb 10 percent

OPM says government oversubsidized premiums in 2005.

Proposed bill could bring retirement equity to law officers

Officers not recognized by law receive less pay and postpone retirements.

GSA raises mileage reimbursement rate by 8 cents per mile

Federal employees will be reimbursed 48.5 cents per mile for official government travel in personal vehicles.

Life and Death Planning

Employees should get paperwork and information ready so survivors can claim their benefits when they die.