Credit union members must be participating in direct deposit, and must register for the program.
The program allows veterans with active duty military service time to receive credit that can be added to their years of civil service for retirement.
Starting a new relationship after the death of a service member can cost grieving spouses tens of thousands of dollars in support stipends.
Service members, veterans, and their families are disproportionately at risk of financial fraud and identity theft.
A financial expert gives tips for military families who need help on this episode of The Spouse Angle.
Military retirees have a once-in-a-generation chance to revise their Survivor Benefit Plan during the congressionally-authorized 2023 “SBP Open Season."
It’s the third straight month of record-fast processing times, a pace that had not been achieved in more than two years. OPM said.
Part B helps cover services from doctors and other health care providers, outpatient care, home health care and durable medical equipment.
As a rule, the amount you receive after the conversion should be close to what you were receiving as a disability retiree.
The only non-citizens who cannot receive such a benefit are those who live in a country sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury Department.
VA will pay other premium pay, including holiday, night/shift/tour differential, Sunday premium and weekend premium in accordance with the VA Handbook.
Chatbots are a tool being used more and more by federal agencies, who have been charged by the White House via executive order to overhaul customer service
The fact that you are already eligible for regular retirement has no affect on your ability to apply for disability retirement.
A law enforcement officer (LEO) is an employee whose duties are primarily investigating, apprehending or detaining individuals suspected of offenses.
The Social Security Retirement benefit is a monthly check that replaces part of your income when you reduce your hours or stop working altogether.
The law governing COLAs is different for CSRS and FERS retirees, with the amount FERS retirees are entitled to generally being 1 percent lower.
Most TSP investors are actively contributing to their accounts either bi-weekly or monthly from payroll deductions, with government matches.
The Special Retirement Supplement was designed for federal employees who retire before they can start taking out from Social Security, which is age 62.