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We continue our look at the 10 biggest mistakes feds make when planning for retirement with registered employee benefit consultant, Ed Zurndorfer.
The next challenge for supporters of teleworking in the government has nothing to do with laptops, laws or cybersecurity. Instead, experts say that challenge will be to convince the recalcitrant manager in the office down the hall, who doesn't like the idea.
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This week's guest is federal benefits specialist Bob Braunstein.
July 12, 2010
While it might be nice to work from home, there are some issues that arise that so-called regular workers don't have to deal with, especially when it comes to privacy and security.
Are federal employee benefits in danger? This week on Your Turn, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey asks that question of Dan Adcock, legislative director at the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association. Causey also talks with benefits strategist John Elliott about what you should be looking for as you plan for retirement.
Are your future pay raises and current retirement benefits candidates for a congressional firing squad? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says nobody has locked and loaded, yet, but the possibility is out there.
Being the oldest person in the office isn't much fun. Often it means being out of the loop on just about everything, but when it comes to a super-safe investment option, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says that senior civil servants rule.
Pay your bills or lose your job. Thirty nine Defense Department workers whose jobs were at risk because of their bad credit ratings will lose their positions after all.
Since the 9/11 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, holidays have never been the same. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey talks about the brave new world.
As the third quarter starts, employers cut 125,000 jobs from the nation's payrolls in June, but the loss was driven by a wave of census layoffs. Certified financial planner Arthur Stein explains what's ahead.