One of the best things the federal government has accomplished over the last 100 years or so has been establishing and reasonably maintaining America's network of 59 national parks. Many millions of people visit the parks annually, drawn by reasonable entrance fees, spectacular...
Medicare pays doctor and hospital bills for many older Americans, but it doesn't cover everything. For example, long-term custodial care for help with the "activities of daily living," such as bathing, dressing and eating, isn't covered. Many older people will eventually...
For the third-straight year, federal retirees, along with millions of Social Security recipients and disabled veterans can expect historically small increases in their cost of living adjustment in January. Preliminary figures suggest...
The Federal Salary Council voted Oct. 17 to add 13 cities to a list of municipalities where federal employees are paid more, in an effort to close a growing wage gap between feds and private-sector counterparts in certain regions of...
The 2015 cost-of-living adjustment for federal annuitants, Social Security recipients and military retirees will be announced tomorrow by the federal government, when the latest increase in consumer prices will be released. Watch for more information from NARFE by email,...
Question: If I retire on disability, would I have to pay the total cost of health insurance under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program?
It is hard to believe, but the holiday shopping season is only a few short weeks away. If you're like most families, holiday shopping can be a strain on the budget. Many shoppers also fear looking cheap when passing out gifts, which can lead to overspending and blowing the...
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