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In a close election, federal and postal workers and politically-active retirees could make the difference in a dozen key congressional districts and even in some Senate races. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey crunches the numbers on this potential but invisible power bloc.
Deficit reduction will be the top priority post-election.
Quick, because your job may be at stake: The Hatch Act is 1) a 71 year old law protecting feds from political arm-twisting or 2) a 1920s show business review featuring scantily clad pullets. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says your job could depend on the right answer.
Contribution limits to your Thrift Savings Plan will probably stay the same in 2011, said Tom Trabucco of the Federal Thrift Investment Board. In 2010, feds could contribute up to $16,500
Will retirees get a one-time $250 check? On this week's Your Turn host Mike Causey talks with Dan Adcock and David Snell from National Active and Retired Federal Employees about the upcoming lame duck session of Congress.
October 27, 2010
With Congress about to consider a federal pay freeze, furloughs and maybe even RIFs, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has produced the icing on the cake. He found a federal worker who admits he slept on the job during last winter's 31-inch snowstorm that all but shut DC down.
A report from Congressional Research Service reports on increases in federal pay and pension since 1969.
The Cato Institute states Fed employee compensation should be scrutinized.
Social Security Administration workers have improved service despite a rough year dealing with the public. As a reward they are going to get an extra day off on the Friday after Thanksgiving. Does that increase the odds for it to happen in your agency? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey thinks so.
More and more financial advisers are brandishing a baffling array of new credentials. Arthur Stein, CFP, walks us through the alphabet soup.