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NARFE WEBINARS PROVIDING ANSWERS FOR THE FEDERAL COMMUNITY

Should I Stay or Should I Go?
June 22 at 2 p.m. ET

What will you do if you are presented with a buyout or early retirement option, Should you stay or go? Before you sign on the dotted line there's more to accepting an early out than meets the eye.

Take an hour out of your day to get familiar with the pros and cons of an offer to leave before your time.

Federal benefits and retirement expert, Tammy Flanagan, helps you work the numbers and take you through the points you need to make the best choice.

Register today to view this hour-long webinar with BONUS Q&A.

Registration fee includes one full year of NARFE membership with free access to all future and previously recorded webinars.

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Creating a Second Career
June 29 at 2 p.m. ET

Career transition expert, Alan Malinchak of Éclat Transitions, maps out a strategy to help retiring or separating Feds take their next steps. As a former FBI Special Agent who created a second career in leadership and business development, Malinchak's advice comes from the heart of experience.

You'll hear how to reinvent your KSA's, position your professional certifications, shape your resume for the private industry, and much more.

Register today to view this hour-long webinar with BONUS Q&A.

Registration fee includes one full year of NARFE membership with free access to all future and previously recorded webinars.



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Previously Recorded Webinars ON-DEMAND

Estate Planning for Feds
Sponsored by Hear USA

Social Security Simplified
Sponsored by GEHA

What's Your Best Retirement Date
Sponsored by GEICO

TSP: Love It or Leave It

Speeding the Retirement Journey

How Much Money Do You Need To Retire

Alphabet Soup of Health Plans

FEHBP And Medicare

Post-Retirement Checkup

Exploring TSP Withdrawal Options

Claiming Social Security

Survivor Benefits: Key Decisions for Feds of All Ages

From Federal Employee to Annuitant: Master the Process!

FEHBP & Medicare: Make the BEST Choice

Will You Be Ready For Retirement


Upcoming Webinars (All webinars start at 2 p.m. ET)

June 22   Should I Stay or Should I Go?

June 29   Creating a Second Career

July 27   Survivor Benefits: Key Decisions

August 24   Making the Shift from Federal Employee to Annuitant

September 21   Retirement Life -- Where to Retire


New! Facts for Feds A series of short, instructive and informative articles on federal retirement, benefits, and employment options.

  • Steps to Take Before You Retire
  • How to Apply for Retirement
  • FERS Annuity Supplement
  • Court-Ordered Benefits
  • Survivor Benefits Under FERS
  • FEHBP Coverage and Divorced Spouses
  • Early Retirement Under FERS
  • Applying for Medicare Part B
  • Leaving Federal Service
  • Re-Employed Annuitants


NARFE White Papers All Resources are available FREE to NARFE members. Join NARFE today.

  • How Much Money Do You Need to Retire?
  • 10 Worst Mistakes Federal Employees Can Make
  • 10 Worst Mistakes Retirees Can Make
  • FAQs About Your Federal Benefits
  • Speeding The Retirement Journey
  • Top 10 Things Fed Spouse Needs to Know
  • Survivor Benefits Guide
  • Guide to TSP Withdrawal Options

Resources All Resources are available FREE to NARFE members. Join NARFE today.

  • Be Prepared for Life's Events

 

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