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We have been receiving questions from Federal Employees across the United States this week, wondering if they should make changes in their TSP due to the recent market volatility.
The markets have been impacted recently by
Federal Employees should not sell everything and move to the G Fund in their TSP but instead, follow their Financial Plan.
In this video, Micah Shilanski CFP(R) talks about the conversations that we are having this week with the Federal Employees that we work with.
Now, we only have a few minutes of Micah’s time because he is so busy meeting with and helping Federal Employees with their Financial Planning during this time.
So, if you want to be sure you’re not missing anything in planning for your retirement but you can register now for his class on 3 Critical Concepts for Federal Employees.
Micah will take you through some of the most overlooked critical concepts that Federal Employees MISS when planning for retirement.
If my spouse retired from Federal Service under CSRS and waived the spousal benefits but I am under his FEHB insurance is there any way for me to keep FEHB
“What happens to your sick leave if you are 63 years and have 28 years of federal service. Thanks for taking this question.” FERS Sick Leave Rules As a Federal
“As a FERS retiree, am I required to sign up for Medicare at age 65; or can I opt out of Medicare Part B? Also, regarding my spouse, who has
“I have two questions about social security. I am 61 and my wife is 58. Let’s say my wife files for social security at age 62 and I wait until
Get the most out of your federal retirement benefits by taking advantage of the FERS resources created by Micah Shilanski, CFP®, and the team of independent financial advisors at Shilanski & Associates, Inc. Join the thousands of federal employees who trust us to guide them in their retirement planning journey because of our unique perspective of how your FERS benefits contribute to your comprehensive financial plan.
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