If you’re married to another federal employee, you face some specific challenges in retirement planning.
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Federal employees can continue to receive some benefits even without a paycheck.
Smaller domestic companies, which took the biggest hit in May, had a slight gain last month.
A guide to calculating the financial impact of combining civilian and military retirement benefits versus leaving them separate.
Military advocates could find themselves in the unusual position of having to argue that soldiers deserve as high a raise as civilian federal employees.
Congressmen from both sides of the aisle ask DHS to return to the table with the unions.
AFGE files a dispute claiming favoritism by management to skew the election.
Appeals court decision could open doors to bargaining over pay, union officials say.
Union considering legal action to obtain market surveys the agency is using to set new pay ranges for some medical workers.
How to make sure you get the benefits you’ve earned as soon as possible after you retire.