We are striving to keep up to date with the latest information for your benefits. As you know, the overwhelming issue facing us and the Congress is the Coronavirus. Most, if not all of our Representatives time is being utilized to deal with this crisis facing our nation. If issues do arise that affect our benefits or pay, NARFE will strive to provide our members with all the information you need to stay tuned into these issues.
In the meantime, please stay safe and healthy.
New NY Federation Officers
President: Dennis Gawron
V.P.: Peggy Germano
V.P.: George Popp
Treasurer": Arnie Zdrojewski
Secretary: Diane Gawron
Please welcome your new officers and lets all work together to continue to make the NY federation one of the strongest in NARFE.
Medicare Premiums for 2023: Good News for a change!
With FEHB rates scheduled to rise an average of 8.7% for 2023, be sure to check out the various plan options available. And remember, NARFE is always here to help answer any health plan related questions.
Click HERE for more information.
Click below for more news on Medicare premiums.
Beneficiary Designations Still Valid even if not in New System, says TSP
The TSP has said that although beneficiary designations made by some account holders did not carry over into its new operating system, those designations are still valid.
One major complaint from many TSP investors since the June 1 switchover is that the designations they had made are no longer shown in their “My Account” online accounts.
OPM Announces Admin Leave for Employees To Vote
The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) recently announced that federal employees may now receive up to four hours of administrative leave to vote in federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial elections.
Proposed 5.1% pay raise for feds in 2023
A proposal newly introduced in Congress (HR-6398) by several Democrats—and backed by federal employee organizations—for an average 5.1 percent raise for 2023 marks the beginning of the long annual process of determining the following year’s raise.
2022 Federal Pay Raise Finalized at 2.7%
President Biden issued an executive order Wednesday finalizing the 2022 federal employee pay raise of 2.7 percent. The increase will be effective January 1, 2022.