Federal Retirement Services

Federal Benefits Information Center operates on the tenets of education, inspiration, and advocacy. We are dedicated to helping Federal Employees understand their benefits, grow their financial confidence, and make the most of their retirement years.

Federal Benefits are complicated. They have many provisions, exceptions, and exclusions, surely making you uncertain about your own Federal retirement benefits and what they involve.

You will find the answers you seek at FBIC. We offer resources and knowledgeable Educators to aid you in walking through the process of acquiring your Federal Benefits.

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We provide benefits guidance and financial education to active and retired Federal Employees. These efforts are based on the Office of Personnel Management’s mission to promote financial literacy.

Our Services

No matter if you are a new hire, a mid-career professional, a long-time public servant at an elevated GS/GM-level, or a retired Federal Employee, we will help guide you to the much-needed retirement and benefits answers you seek.

Our specialties include:

  • Federal benefits education
  • Federal agency retirement workshops
  • Speaking engagements
  • Federal benefits counseling
  • Personal CABS reports
  • Federal benefits assistance

We have a thorough understanding of benefits under the Federal Employee Retirement System (FERS) and the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) landscapes.

Federal Benefits Guidance

For Federal and Postal Employees, understanding their benefits can be a considerable challenge. Their results of their benefits play into other facets of their lives, including their Federal careers, their financial well-being, and even the well-being of their families.

At Federal Benefits Information Center, our mission is to ensure you have a better understanding of your Federal Benefits – and by extension, to help you prosper in your Federal career.

Contact us to request a no-obligation CABS Report (Comprehensive Annual Benefits Summary Report) and have a discussion about your benefits questions.