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Preparation Tips for FEHB Open Season 2019

As a federal employee, it is important to ask yourself if your current health plan is working for you. A change in marital status or a newly discovered medical condition can impact your coverage needs. To better adjust to the unexpected events in life, the Office of Personnel Management hosts its annual Federal Employee Health…

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How Are 2019 GS Pay Scales with Locality Calculated?

Regardless of your tenure as a Civilian Federal Employee, it’s important to understand your salary and how it is calculated to ensure financial security. At the end of 2018, your financial situation will change by locality under the 2019 General Schedule (GS) pay scale, and you may wonder exactly how these changes will impact you…

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Should I Still Buy Life Insurance After Age 50?

Life insurance provides your dependents with financial support in the case of your death. If you’re over age 50 and retiring from a government job, your life insurance policy may need to be reevaluated. Perhaps you’ve paid off your mortgage, the kids are grown up and not dependent on you financially, or Medicare and Social…

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