I had a chance to tune in to the recent TSP podcast interview with the TSP Executive Director. Here’s 6 more reasons to love TSP:
1. TSP is always open for business, even during federal furloughs and shutdowns. This is because TSP is funded by the (miniscule) fees from funds and contributions (from both Civilian and Active Duty participants. Continue reading
Has it been a year already? My calendar must be defective!
Over 95 Posts and 22,900+ Page Views since I lit this candle, here’s what I’ve learned: Continue reading
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Navy Federal Credit Union’s Flagship Rewards Card has been pretty darn good to me over the years – For a $49 annual fee I earn up to 2% on ALL purchases when points are used for travel. The card also provides me with free Rental Car Insurance (which once saved my bacon when a Drunk and Stoned Driver crashed in to my parked rental car). I also pay low fees when overseas, and I get all the perks of a Visa Signature card.
And now, the Navy Federal Flagship Rewards Visa Card just got better. Continue reading
Uncle Sam’s version of COBRA Health Care extension coverage is called Temporary Continuation of Coverage (TCC).
It’s run pretty much the same as a private sector COBRA plan (what you are offered if you resign or are terminated from a private sector employer). Under COBRA, you can opt to continue with your (previouos) employer’s health care coverage for up to 180 days following separation, but you pay the full boat premium (your insurance premium, PLUS the employer’s share of the premium), PLUS an additional 2% administrative fee.
As a separated Federal Employee, here are Six Things You Must Know about TCC: Continue reading