People who work for the federal government have some of the best benefits available anywhere. They receive their health insurance through Federal Employee Health Benefits (FEBHB). The FEHB offers comprehensive health insurance coverage that covers the employee, the spouse, and children under the age of 26. Most Federal employees are eligible while their service is active, and annuitants may be eligible to continue their FEHB coverage into retirement if they meet certain requirements. Are you

As a federal employee, to whom do you turn when you have questions about health benefits? Federal Employees that have questions about their overall benefits and retirement packages have an ally in the Federal Retirement Benefits Center, headed by Mr. Richard Eller. Since 1984, Mr. Eller has specialized in the retirement income planning area. Rich and his team have years of service and specialized training. Our vast experience working with Federal employees allows us to provide a retirement inco

Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Eligibility

Many federal employees have questions about their eligibility for FEHB, and the eligibility and benefit allowances for their spouses and dependent children. As a Federal employee, you are eligible to elect FEHB coverage, unless your position is excluded by law or regulation. However, there are numerous special provisions for people in part-time or intermittent employment, temporary appointments, and specif

When you work for the federal government, you are entitled to health insurance through Federal Employee Health Benefits (FEBHB). The FEHB gives you comprehensive health insurance coverage that covers you, your spouse, and your children under age 26. Most Federal employees are eligible while their service is active, and annuitants may be eligible to continue their FEHB coverage into retirement if they meet certain requirements. Federal Employees that have questions about their overall benefits