One of the most common questions federal government employees ask about their FERS retirement plan is, “How much money will I get when I retire?”
Federal Soup has partnered with federal benefits and financial expert, Ed Zurndorfer, to help you answer that very question, and address many other considerations federal employees must make when planning for retirement.
Federal Soup presents, “When Can I Retire?” the first of a four-part FERS retirement planning series produced to provide you with confidence and knowledge that you and your family are well-prepared and will be taken care of in retirement.
In this seminar, Ed Zurndorfer, federal benefits and financial expert, will cover the most frequently asked questions regarding FERS retirement (and other important rules you may not know to ask).
Just in time for Open Season, this webcast covers the basics of a Health Care Flexible Spending Account (HCFSA)—how it works, its benefits, and limitations. Unlike Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), all permanent employees are eligible to contribute to a HCFSA no matter which health insurance plan they are enrolled in. HCFSAs can be extremely helpful to employees who have out-of-pocket medical, dental and vision expenses that they incur for themselves and dependent family members.
This webcast covers Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) for federal employees. HSAs are unfortunately little understood, but can be extremely beneficial to both employees and annuitants for paying current and future out-of-pocket medical, dental and vision expenses, and current long term care insurance premiums. HSAs can also be great savings and retirement planning vehicles. This webcast will answer your basic questions and provide guidance on whether this program is right for you—just in time for upcoming Open Season.
Are you sure that your health plan is right for you, given your family situation, personal preferences, budget and healthcare needs? Aetna offers federal employees health plan choices in the Federal Employees Health Benefits program. So chances are, Aetna has a health plan to fit your unique needs.
The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP), established in 1986, has grown immensely in size over the last 30 years both in terms of employee participation and assets under management. As of January 31, 2016 there were 3,272 TSP participants worldwide who have TSP accounts worth more than $1 million.