Stocks came back from early trouble to extend over 1 percent in weekly gains, capping the best January in over 30 years. Poor earnings early in the week provided examples of what kind of effect a global slowdown was having on larger stocks.
Posts Tagged: money
Let’s start acknowledging our feelings toward money and taking steps to heal with the inspiration to flourish.
Think you know how to manage your TSP account? Make sure you are taking these six tips into consideration.
Federal employees across the government work to ensure that the financial system has appropriate safeguards and protections that give Americans peace of mind. Here are the top five ways federal employees look out for your financial security.
Have an itch to switch to a new job? If so, here is some information about federal salaries to help you strategize your move.
The decision to fund a Roth account, such as Roth TSP, instead of a traditional tax-advantaged account is an important one. When weighing your options, consider these three questions.
We saw some interesting action this four day week producing a potential bottom to these January woes. Nothing is certain but the bulls do have a little momentum on their side as we run into earnings season. Although the day ended in negative territory, Wednesday’s reversal gave buyers some confidence. The bulls followed up withRead… Read more »
If you get a federal grade increase in the federal GS pay scale, your new, higher salary will be computed according to the so-called “two-step rule.” Here’s how it works.
Many of us who have no formal training or background in accounting/finance find ourselves overseeing big budgets. As we continue to advance in our careers the size of those budgets continues to grow, along the expectations and LIABILITIES. Brookings Executive Education (BEE) Finance for Non-Financial Managers course addresses some of the potential pitfalls those ofRead… Read more »
If you’re a new fed, or even an established fed, you’ve probably heard a ton about your options to begin saving for your retirement. And it’s all generally confusing. Not to mention, there are a lot of financial decisions you’ll be making in addition to how, when, or how much to save for retirement. HowRead… Read more »