Office of Personnel Management

TSP Matching for Military

The TSP is a wonderful benefit for all federal employees. Unfortunately, our military men and women do not enjoy the benefit of TSP matching.

 

Matching for any employee is a huge bonus, but a large expense for the government. I propose that we reduce matching to 2% for civilian employees and give a matching TSP of 2% for military personnel.

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Office of Personnel Management

ELIMINATE PENALTY FOR EARLY RETIREMENT

Eliminate "penalty" for early retirement. Many employees who have the age and years of service to retire, and who have lost interest in their department/agency mission, do not retire until they are old enough to avoid having their retirement annuities reduced. (This actuarial reduction is often referred to as an "early retirement penalty.") Eliminating this penalty, while costing the retirement system more, will ventilate ...more »

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Environmental Protection Agency

Government-wide Early Out Retirement for Employees Under CSRS

The Office of Personnel Management should direct all federal departments and agencies to offer early out retirements to employees under the older CSRS system. This will accomplish three things and effectively "kill three birds with one stone." One, it will take some of the most highly paid GS grade and step employees off of department/agency payrolls at considerable savings. Two, the cost to taxpayers for retired employees ...more »

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Automatic Workplace Pensions

Offer one-time early retirement and buyout for CSRS employees

I would suggest that all departments of the Federal Government offer all (no exceptions) current employees in the CSRS pension plan a one time (never to be offered again) early out retirement option with a one-time incentive bonus (40% of their base salary). These employees would have been continuously employed by since Jan 1, 1984, and have a minimum of 25 years of Federal Service towards this pension (actually 26 years). ...more »

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