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The federal government offers generous retirement plans, but they don’t run themselves. Getting the retirement you want requires careful review of your options, and flexibility to make changes. Unfortunately, it’s easy to make costly mistakes. Learn all about CSRS, FERS and the retirement benefits due to you as a federal employee by searching the topics under Retirement in the menu bar above.


  • Legal Matters: Not all retirements are the same

    Just because someone is eligible for retirement does not mean that employee will retire at that age, though. According to a study conducted from 2014 to 2016 by the Office for Personnel Management (OPM), the average age of people retiring from the executive branch of the federal workforce increased from 61.2 to 61.7 years old. View More

  • Tax proposal takes aim at catch-up TSP contributions

    Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) is planning to introduce a series of amendments to the tax reform legislation that would restrict federal employees from making extra contributions to their Thrift Savings Plan accounts from pretax earnings. View More


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