Join us on Tuesday, July 11th at 12:00 pm EST Imagine having an expense that could wipe out all of your savings, and there was a 70% chance that this could happen to you or your spouse. Well this is not imaginary; It’s the cold, hard facts! This can be completely destructive to a family’s […]
Author Archive for: FedSavvy
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud FedSavvy contributed a whooping 50 entries.
Entries by FedSavvy
Join us on Tuesday, June 20th at 12:00 pm EST The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is a great retirement savings method for Federal Employees. The low expenses, diverse investment options, 5% employer match, and Roth option, make it a great vehicle for accumulating your nest egg. As an employee, your savings and investment options are […]
For many Americans, the assets in their Individual Retirement Account represent a significant portion of the wealth they hope to leave to their loved ones. You may have heard that creating a trust and naming it as the beneficiary of your IRA is a good way to direct how your assets are distributed after your […]
Medicare is complex and today’s changing health care landscape makes it more important than ever to fully understand how it works. If you or someone you know is near retirement, you may have questions about how to enroll in Medicare and what Medicare covers. Here are answers to some common questions about Medicare that can […]
The Environmental Protection Agency will continue an external hiring freeze and begin offering early buyouts to employees as part of a plan to reducing its workforce. Acting Deputy Administrator Mike Flynn in an April 17 memo to regional administrators and other top agency officials said given the agency’s current resources and in light of President […]