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Some military veterans who went on to civilian careers in government are getting a nasty surprise when they turn age 62. Their pensions are being cut.
Federal employees aged 50 and older would be able to boost their retirement savings under a bill approved by the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee Thursday.
Many federal computer specialists are still waiting to get a special pay raise intended to keep information technology employees working for the government.
Don't worry: When the government taps the Thrift Savings Plan’s G Fund to avoid hitting the federal debt ceiling, your nest egg is protected.