Measure would let retired military and civilian federal workers pay their monthly health care premiums with pre-tax dollars.
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Federal employees save more money and more time for retirement than the average American worker.
What happens to your unused sick leave when you leave government? It depends.
New bill would allow untaxed combat pay to count as income for tax credits.
Lawmakers still are trying to repeal Social Security offsets for government employees.
Total investments could top $300 billion in three years; most TSP funds post gains in January.
Proposal would grant the same raise to civilians and military members, marking the second consecutive year of parity.
Under budget proposal, new retirees with fewer than 10 years of federal service would have to shoulder a larger burden of premium costs.
Answers to reader questions about last week’s column on the FERS supplementary benefit.
Labor union official praises additional cuts and says the money would be better spent on new hires and training.