FERS Special Retirement Supplement
The FERS Special Retirement Supplement is available to FERS who will retire before age 62. Learn how to calculate your supplement, how it interacts with Social Security, and how post-retirement income may affect your benefit amount.
This video illustrates the differences in the Roth TSP and Roth IRA. You will learn what the Roth TSP is and is not, as well as what Roth TSP contributions mean to you and your pay check.
Discover the survivor annuity options available to CSRS and FERS retirees. We will explore the pros and cons of the CSRS/FERS survivor annuity and private life insurance.
In this video we will discuss this year’s TSP contribution limits. We will dive into the fund choices inside the TSP: what they are made of, historical returns and common mistakes people make.
Federal Employee Group Life Insurance
Gain an understanding of your many FEGLI choices while employed and in retirement. We will also review basic definitions of FEGLI and the options available.
The Voluntary Contribution program is available to CSRS and CSRS Offset employees. In this video we will discuss the unique opportunity to use the Voluntary Contribution Program to quickly create a large Roth IRA. We will review the eligibility requirements, contributions restrictions, and an overview of the process.
Calculating Sick Leave
For FERS and CSRS employees, unused sick leave counts as time served, but sick leave days are not a one-for-one conversion when calculating sick leave. Due to the added complexity required to determine the amount of service days that could be added as time served, we have create the video to the right to assist you in calculating sick leave.