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While the TSP (Thrift Savings Plan) provides a basic plan for Federal Employees. It's purpose is to give some level of coverage to help with retirement costs, but it's woefully inadequate at providing enough for a retirement and it ties up your money so that you can't invest it in better retirement vehicles.
FEGLI stands for Federal Employee Group Life Insurance and is available as a benefit to Federal and Postal Employees. It provides basic coverages at a lower cost, but the death benefits are generally very low. If you own a home, have a spouse and family, the payout will not provide enough for your family to cover living expenses in the event of your untimely death.
Our comprehensive and customized Federal Employee Benefits Review includes an evaluation of your eligibility for benefits, what benefits you qualify for and options for enrolling in additional benefits plans to help supplement your needs.
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Are you eligible? Have you met the age and years of service requirement?
In addition to the above issues, there are countless other areas that are unique to each employee that must be considered as well. We encourage all Federal & Postal employees to use us as a resource and contact us to set up a Free Benefits Review.
** Many reviews can take place over the phone, but there are some issues that require a face-to-face appointment. We do our very best to accommodate each and every employee.
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