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Withdrawal Options

What should you do with the money in your TSP account when you retire?

No Need for Part D

OPM says most federal retirees don't need to sign up for new Medicare prescription drug coverage.

TSP officials say few plan members fell for ‘phishing’ scam

Grammatical errors in phony e-mail asking participants to divulge personal information aroused suspicion.

Really, You Can Retire!

Responses to reader feedback on projecting your post-retirement income.

Long-Term Leaders

Lawmakers are intrigued by government’s success in convincing federal employees to sign up for long-term care insurance.

Panel weighs proposal to digitize federal employee health records

Effort would be funded through an OPM account and eventual savings from technology; premiums would not rise.

Labor relations ruling threatens Pentagon’s personnel reforms

While not directly addressing pay reforms, decision complicates rollout of National Security Personnel System.

OPM director pushes part-time work in lieu of retirement

Linda Springer says OPM is devising policy changes to ease transition to part-time.

Spousal Benefits

The federal government provides a very generous benefit for surviving spouses.

OPM sets personnel management goals through 2010

Simplified plan focuses on decreasing wait-time for agency services.

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