The current congressional recess (March 30-April 10) affords NARFE members a window of opportunity to contact their representatives and senators in their home states and districts about NARFE's priorities in the 114th Congress. The recently passed House and Senate budgets...
Nancy A. Berryhill, acting commissioner of Social Security, recently announced that April is National Social Security Month. During this month, the Social Security Administration is highlighting five steps to financial security. Now might be a good time to gain a better...
How does one keep track of all the legislation that affects federal employees and retirees? Before Congress went home for recess, there had been a flurry of bills introduced and it continued unabated after they returned.
The big news this week is Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney’s budget guidance to federal agencies, which ends the hiring freeze that began Jan. 23 but requires departments to come up with plans to reduce...
From promises of pay raises to warnings of cutbacks, State of the State speeches offer a peek into the governor’s priorities for the year.
QUESTION: I am age 68 and may remarry soon. I am receiving my deceased husband’s Social Security benefit. If I marry a federal employee, would my Social Security benefit stop?
Public Service Recognition Week will be celebrated May 7-13! Sponsored annually by NARFE and other member organizations of the Public Employees Roundtable, the event honors the millions of men and women who serve our nation as federal, state, county and local government...
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