Postal labor unions are widening their protests against the U.S. Postal Service’s program to farm out retail sales to non-postal employees working at mail counters in Staples office supply stores.
e of the greatest gifts a parent or grandparent can give a young child is an IRA beneficiary designation. This week’s column discusses the advantages of a young child being named as a beneficiary of an IRA, including what IRA owners should do to protect their IRA legacy when naming a young IRA beneficiary.
A survey of likely U.S. voters reveals that a rising number of them do not trust or may fear the federal government.
Is the government's sudden interest in pay equity just another example of Washington navel-gazing? Is it another pre-election exercise designed to corral the so-called women's vote? Or could it actually lead to major changes, in and out of government, and new ways of quantifying the worth and value of different jobs in different professions? Or maybe it's none of the above ...
The General Services Administration announced a $70 million real estate consolidation project aimed at trimming back the government's workspace footprint by more than half a million rented square feet
Question: "If a TSP account is passed on to a beneficiary, is it taxed as part of an estate or income?"
The State Department has selected a site about 40 miles southwest of Richmond, Va., to be the home of its new Foreign Affairs Security Training Center
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The Office of Personnel Management announced it has entered a new educational alliance with University of Maryland University College.
Budget cuts have had a negative impact on the IRS operations, according to a Government Accountability Office performance audit of the agency.