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Free Ride

The IRS raises the maximum transit subsidy to $110 a month in 2007, a nearly 5 percent increase over the 2006 level.

Bush issues order for 2.2 percent pay raise

Chances slim for Congress to grant a higher 2.7 percent raise retroactively.

Survey: TSP participants satisfied with plan

Large percentage of investors say they'd like to switch default option from G fund to life-cycle funds.

Test Your Retirement Knowledge

A pop quiz on some of the basics about federal retirement rules and procedures.

Part Time? Not This Time

President Bush’s proposal to end the penalty for switching to part-time work gets lost in the shuffle.

Coast Guard chief stresses importance of focusing on employees

Thad Allen cites plans for possible joint-duty requirements across Homeland Security agencies.

Appeals panel hears arguments on Defense labor relations rules

Defense lawyers continue to argue for a redefinition of “collective bargaining.”

OPM takes late enrollments for dental, vision insurance

Deadline was Monday, but those who had trouble getting through on Web site and phone lines have until Friday.

Final Health Plan Tips

One last look at open season for federal health benefits.

Figuring Next Year's Pay

What the president’s and Congress’ decisions will mean for your paycheck in 2007.

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