Republicans approve some separation incentives but look to block others.
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No push for pay parity to match civilian increase with 2.4 percent bump for military members.
Participants in the federal government’s 401(k)-style retirement program will have more options for managing their investments.
Military service members will see a 2.4 percent across-the-board pay increase in 2018, setting up debate over civilian pay parity.
It’s that time of year, when many people are filling out the paperwork to apply for retirement.
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An amendment to tax reform legislation would restrict excess contributions to 401(k), 403(b) and 457(b) retirement plans.
The agency is far from meeting its requirement to issue decisions within 60 days.
Proposal would have required employees on unpaid leave to continuing paying monthly premiums.
Tillerson’s controversial reorganization plan will require an 8 percent cut that cannot be reached through normal attrition.