The experts at Public Sector Retirement Educators are now holding open consultations for Federal employees in order to help them understand and get the most out of their TSP and FEGIL plans. Since in-person meetings are only available in certain locations and for specific age-eligible employees, scheduling a phone interview first is advised.
Per the latest announcement, Public Sector Retirement Educators are aiming to help Federal employees prepare for and succeed in retirement. Once an appointment has been confirmed, a qualified financial advisor will cover topics such as reducing FEGIL costs, increasing monthly income, and minimizing risks.
Federal employees can expect to meet with experienced retirement experts who understand the complexities of government benefits and can assist clients in closing the gap between the cost of care and their income while protecting their assets. A list of experts and their contact information can be found at Federal Employee Financial Advisor
In addition to providing one-on-one consultations, Public Sector Retirement Educators offer training workshops that focus on the most relevant and up-to-date information. Also available are half-day, full-day, and two-day webinars. These pre-recorded or live events are helpful for clients seeking to avoid taking time off or traveling.
For people who prefer to learn about their specific employment and retirement circumstances at their own leisure, an e-learning platform is available. The online training platform is an effective way to share information with a spouse, learn about federal benefits, and retain critical information.
With the latest announcement, the retirement and financial experts at Public Sector Retirement Educators continue to find ways to help federal employees maximize their retirement benefits.
A spokesperson for the company said: “It’s important to have a real understanding not only of what daily living is going to cost you during retirement, but how much things like health insurance, transportation, and medications might cost. You should know how much of your retirement income will be taxable, and at what rate.”
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