NTEU is working on multiple fronts to protect employees if a future administration brings back Schedule F. Read more in Judicial Notice here.
NTEU honors Constance Baker Motley, the first Black woman to argue a case before the U.S. Supreme Court, winning nine of the 10 cases she argued, and the first to serve as a federal judge. The U.S. Postal Service honored her this year with the 47th stamp in the Black Heritage series.
NTEU members with an annual adjusted gross income (AGI) of $79,000 or less can now get free access to tax preparation software that includes electronic filing for federal and state returns.
Federal employees across the country would receive an average 7.4 percent pay increase in 2025 under legislation introduced this week in Congress, a strong sign that lawmakers value the federal workforce and its important contributions to the American public.
The federal employee retirement experts at United Benefits are hosting a free webinar exclusively for NTEU members to learn more about how to protect and grow your Thrift Savings Plan.
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Investments in the IRS will generate even more revenue for the country than previously estimated.
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