How to Respond to a Proposed Adverse Action for Federal Employees?

Answer If you are a nonprobationary federal employee, you have a constitutional right to due process before a disciplinary action is taken by your employer. These rights include a written notice of allega... Read More »

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Reasons for an Adverse Action on an Existing Line of Credit?

If you've gotten a notice in the mail that your credit card now has a lower credit limit, higher interest rates or a smaller grace period, you are not alone. Millions of Americans have been shocked... Read More »

Are bank employees federal employees?

How to Respond to an Air Quality Action Day for Ozone (USA)?

Your State or local air quality agency may declare an Air Quality Action Day for Ozone when ozone levels are forecast to reach unhealthy levels. Ozone in the air we breathe can harm our health—pa... Read More »

Do federal employees pay federal income tax?

Federal employees, like nearly every other category of employee in the United States, are not exempt from paying federal income tax. The only exception is if they fail to make enough money to be re... Read More »