Question: I have been divorced from my first wife for seven years and have since remarried. My first wife will get part of my retirement as part of our divorce decree. If she remarries before she turns age 55, would she lose her share of my retirement?
For many NARFE members, the decision to dedicate their careers to public service is deeply rooted in family tradition. We invite NARFE members to share their "federal family" with us for an upcoming campaign to highlight the proud tradition of public service among generations...
Requiring federal employees to contribute more of their salary toward retirement is rumored to be among the proposals being considered by the House-Senate budget conference committee as a partial alternative to the sequestration...
Across the federal government, only one out of every seven full-time employees is currently eligible to retire. But that overall 14 percent ratio masks gaping disparities across agency and organizational lines. At one NASA organization — the Ames Research Center in...
Lawmakers in both parties could face a dangerous political dilemma after they return to Washington: Either endorse a second round of damaging sequester cuts or prepare for another government shutdown. The situation is that stark, and it's coming on fast.
The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about the most common scams during the holiday season with their "12 Scams of Christmas."
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