The Education Department is trying to make it easier for public servants to receive student debt relief, but the changes to the federal relief program are only temporary. The agency added a waiver to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) … [Continue reading] about Education Dept sets deadline for Public Service Loan Forgiveness waiver
The federal contractor behind the years-long Thrift Savings Plan modernization project apologized for the troublesome transition, several months after the Converge update went live. Accenture Federal Services (AFS) said despite initial challenges in … [Continue reading] about ‘We got it wrong’: TSP contractor apologizes for initial issues, shares positive progress
While Mike Causey is away, please enjoy this column which originally published April 5, 2022. Are you living in the wrong place? Would you be better off financially if you moved a few miles, or across country, and got a tax … [Continue reading] about Deep in the heart of taxes: Are you living in the wrong state?
While Mike Causey is away, please enjoy this column which originally published April 12, 2022. What does a Las Vegas gambling expedition have in common with timing the stock (or bond) markets? Often the same thing: In … [Continue reading] about TSP tactics: Are you managing the market? Or is it playing you?
When Kristin Martin found out her husband was being transferred to Naval Base San Diego, securing housing for their family of five quickly took over her life. On-base housing wasn’t an option — the waitlist for a four-bedroom home in the … [Continue reading] about Military families’ housing benefits lag as rents explode