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Tammy Flanagan

Tammy Flanagan has spent 30 years helping federal employees take charge of their retirement by understanding their benefits. She runs her own consulting business at www.tammyflanagan.com and provides individual counseling as well as online training for the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association, Plan Your Federal Retirement as well as the Federal Long Term Care insurance Program. She also serves as the senior benefits director for the National Institute of Transition Planning Inc., which conducts federal retirement planning workshops and seminars.

For more retirement planning help, tune in to "For Your Benefit," presented by the National Institute of Transition Planning Inc. live on Federal News Radio on Mondays at 10 a.m. ET on WFED AM 1500 in the Washington-metro area. Archived shows are available on NITPInc.com.

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Need Money? Rethink Life Insurance

June 22, 2012 Could you use a little extra money? Who couldn’t? This week and the following two weeks, I’ve decided to provide some tips on how you can get a few more bucks to spend -- or better yet, to put away for your retirement. It’s all about making the most of...

Long-Term Thinking

June 15, 2012 Do you ever have something that keeps popping into your mind and you just can’t stop thinking about it? Things that come in threes really get my attention, and three things got me thinking about long-term care insurance this week. First, my husband just received his annual update on his...

Benefits Roundup

June 8, 2012 This week I’ve had the privilege of attending the Office of Personnel Management’s 2012 Benefits Roundup in Dallas for retirement specialists and employee benefits specialists at federal agencies. The company I work for, the National Institute of Transition Planning, has exhibits in the vendor area to provide information about the...

Goin’ to the Chapel

June 1, 2012 I recently received the following message from a reader: Much of retirement planning involves couples who have been together for many years. I would love to see a column for someone who is single, but is contemplating getting married near retirement age. What are the ramifications of choosing to get...

How Much Do You Deserve?

May 25, 2012 Last week, I started answering some questions I received recently following a webinar I conducted on short- and long-term retirement planning. This week, I’ll finish up by answering a few more. It is very scary trying to calculate just how much you will receive, especially when there is no human...

Rates and Returns

May 18, 2012 In April, I wrote about a webinar I had conducted on the subject of long- and short-term planning for retirement. Following the webinar, participants posted hundreds of questions about topics I had covered. I decided that over the next two weeks, I’ll try to address some of them. So let’s...

Best Dates to Retire 2013

May 11, 2012 Download the Calendar: Best Dates to Retire 2013 It’s that time of year again. Are you thinking about setting your retirement date for 2013? This column is designed to help you find the most advantageous date for your departure. If you’re planning to retire sometime this year, you can read...

TSP, Pensions and More

May 4, 2012 There has been a fair amount of activity on Capitol Hill and in the executive branch lately with regard to provisions that could affect the retirement planning process for federal employees. In case you missed them, here are links to some important recent news stories that are worth taking into...

Five Retirement Tips

April 27, 2012 Earlier this year, I presented a webinar for the Federal Long-Term Care Insurance Program called “Retirement: It’s Not Too Early (or Late) to Think About It.” During the webinar, I discussed five tips for planning for your retirement. I thought I’d share them here. Think about retirement from the first...

The Roth Option

April 20, 2012 One big piece of news in the federal retirement arena lately was the announcement that federal employees (well, some federal employees anyway) will be able to opt in to the Thrift Savings Plan’s new Roth option starting May 7. This new benefit has been in the process of being implemented...

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