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Eyeing health benefits, premiums

Your health insurance premiums will probably rise substantially again next year, but don’t expect new benefits for your money.

Proposed cut in contraceptive coverage may not affect feds

The Bush administration’s proposal to end a requirement that health insurance firms offer birth control coverage to federal employees probably won't have a significant impact, federal officials say.

Understanding TSP contributions

Answers to your questions on how to map out TSP contributions.

Student loan repayment benefit takes effect

After 11 years and several delays, a student loan repayment benefit for federal employees finally took effect Thursday.

OMB defends decision to break military-civilian pay link

The Office of Management and Budget is using benefits federal employees received in previous years to justify giving employees a 3.6 percent pay raise next year.

Bush budget calls for 3.6 percent federal pay raise

President Bush has proposed a 3.6 percent pay raise for civilian federal employees next year, according to the administration’s full budget, released Monday.