Although Open Season is over for federal employees, it’s a great time to evaluate your life insurance coverage. Here’s what you need to know.
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For the first time in 12 years, the Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) is offering an “Open Season.” Here’s what you need to know.
Should you get more FEGLI coverage? Not so fast!
Federal Life Insurance = FEGLI. It is just that–Group Term Life Insurance. FEGLI pros and cons, but we must understand insurance basics by Gary Fouts
As an employee of the Federal Government, it is likely that you have access to life insurance coverage through the Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance, or FEGLI, program.
How Does FEGLI Work? And should you compare FEGLI rates against other options and use FEGLI calculators to find cheaper options.
Kevin O’Leary is a regular contributor to PSRetirement.com and Kevin O’Leary is highly sought after speaker and advisor on federal retirement benefits.
http://www.psretirement.com/phased-retirements-debut/ The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) issued the final regulations on Phased Retirement on August 7, 2014. Phased Retirement will allow full-time employees the opportunity to work part-time while drawing retirement benefits. Phased-retirement debuted as a mentoring tool to preserve the government’s institutional knowledge. As I stated previously, it is a start to something becauseRead… Read more »
Phased Retirement Annuity One of the incentives offered to gain employee participation in the Phased Retirement program is the more generous annuity at full retirement. Federal annuities are calculated based on years of creditable service and the high-three average salary. Therefore, the longer you work the better things might look in the end for you.Read… Read more »
Explanation of Phased Retirement PHASED RETIREMENT DEFINITION: Phased Retirement is a human resources tool that allows employees to continue working on a part-time basis while receiving a part-time retirement annuity. Participants receive additional service credit towards their full retirement. Participants also begin receiving their retirement annuity payments consistent with the payments they would otherwise beRead… Read more »