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Please forward this to other retirees and those planning their retirement.

Murielle, one of our newsletter subscribers, suggested we update our Federal Retiree’s Master Contact List. The last update was in 2019; we made a number of changes and additions to enhance its usefulness.

You will find key contacts for OPM, Medicare, Social Security, the TSP and most other areas of interest to federal annuitants and their families.

The first change was the type size, it was too small for aging eyes. I added a border and updated the information and numbers. Click on the following link to download your copy.

The Contact List is now formatted as a PDF fill-in-form; on page two add other important numbers for doctors, insurance companies, and others. I suggest downloading the PFD file to your computer desktop. When it is on your desktop, it is just a click away when needed and you can access the referenced websites just by clicking on the underlined text on the document.

The 2022 Midterms

November 8th is fast approaching, and I encourage everyone to go out and vote. Our constitutional republic, as established by our founding fathers, flourishes when we vote. No matter what your party affiliation, this is the time to hold our representatives accountable to either maintain the status quo or effect needed changes.

My wife and I voted using Pennsylvania’s absentee ballot process this year. It was easy to apply online and secure from my perspective. You must furnish identification in the form of a driver’s license, and various other unique identifiers. We received notification by email when our application was received, and a confirmation of receipt of our voting mailer.

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Disclaimer: The information provided may not cover all aspect of unique or special circumstances. Federal regulations, medical procedures, investment, and benefit information are subject to change. To ensure the accuracy of this information, contact relevant parties for assistance including OPM’s retirement center. Over time, various dynamic economic factors relied upon as a basis for this article may change.

The information contained herein should not be considered investment advice and may not be suitable for your situation. This service is not affiliated with OPM or any federal entity. You should consult with a financial, medical or human resource professional where appropriate. Neither the publisher or author shall be liable for any loss or any other commercial damages, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential, or other damages.

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