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Health care reform will eventually affect the daily lives and bank accounts of every American, including feds. Registered employee benefit consultant Ed Zurndofer gives us some survival tips.
Do you have a mid-20s dependent child who doesn't have health insurance? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says relief is on the way, but it may be awhile before it gets to you.
Federal workers, and especially federal retirees, may find a much bigger bite coming out of their pay and retirement benefits next year, but Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says they can avoid the hit if they shop carefully this fall.
Coming to a health plan near you: an excise tax on those so-called Cadillac high-premium, high benefit plans which some federal workers and retirees love. But before you panic, check out Senior Correspondent Mike Causey's Federal Report. It may be just what the doctor ordered.
Do you have a dependent child in his or her mid-20s? If so, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says things are not looking good to extend coverage this year to those who hit their 26th birthday.
The way you feel about teleworking or raising the age for dependent health care coverage may depend on whether your favorite ice cream flavor is Vanilla or Rocky Road. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains the different-strokes rule.
Feds with older dependent children would love to cover them under their health plan. And there's a bill that would raise the age from 22 to 26. But Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it's a real long shot because of everything from the congressional vacation schedule to the Gulf oil disaster.
A growing number of adult children are returning home, assuming dependent status and needing health insurance. So how's the federal health insurance program handling this? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey's column today, about the FEHBP, is must reading unless you are planning to end it all on your 50th birthday or you're holding a mega-million dollar lottery ticket.
It appears that your federal health plan just dodged a major bullet. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it could have boosted premiums big-time for older, less healthy feds.