USPS Retiree Quarterly Newsletter – Winter 2020

In this issue: TSP Withdrawal Changes Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Frequently Asked Questions Wellness Corner Fraud Against Seniors Postal News Source: KeepingPosted – Information for USPS Retirees

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USPS December Retiree E-Newsletter

Fraud Against Seniors The FBI’s Common Fraud Schemes webpage provides tips on how you can protect yourself and your family from fraud. Senior citizens especially should be aware of fraud schemes for the following reasons: Senior citizens are most likely to have a “nest egg,” to own their home, and/or to have excellent credit—all of…

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USPS Retiree E-Newsletter – September 2019

10 Things about Social Security September is World Alzheimer’s Month USPS financial results for FY 2019’s third quarter Source: KeepingPosted – Information for USPS Retirees

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USPS: August 2018 Retiree E-Newsletter

Returning to the Workforce as a Reemployed Annuitant If you’re interested in returning to the Postal Service you can easily apply for jobs on USPS.com. Go to the bottom portion of the webpage and select Careers. Once you find the job you are looking for, apply as instructed. To learn more about the application process…

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USPS tests digital version of Operation Santa

Operation Santa is going digital The popular program, which began in 1912, allows Postal Service employees and customers to help people in need by “adopting” their letters to Santa Claus and granting their holiday wishes. This year, USPS will test a digital version of the program that will allow participants to go online to search,…

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Update on the Postal Service Reform Act of 2016

By Ken Garner – December 2, 2016 Earlier this week a group of industry representatives met with Emily Murray, Staff Director of the Ways & Means Health Subcommittee to discuss the prospects of H.R. 5714. During the meeting the group learned that the Ways & Means Committee had serious concerns about the bill and would not…

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USPS seeks retirees for holiday jobs

The Postal Service is seeking recently retired employees who are interested in becoming temporary employees during this year’s holiday season. Retired employees who participated in last year’s peak season are invited to again work this year as city carrier assistants, rural carrier assistants, holiday clerk assistants, or motor vehicle operators. In addition, this year the…

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