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Listen live to ForYourBenefit each Monday morning at 10:05 EST on 1500 AM in the Washington DC metro area or online at www.federalnewsradio.com. Or, if you prefer, listen on your own schedule -- all shows are archived and available 24/7.
ForYourBenefit is NITP’s weekly radio show which features information and discussion on topics of interest to the Federal employee, including Federal Benefits, financial and retirement planning, and other issues.
Guests and topics change weekly –In 2017, our guests will help you plan and navigate through retirement issues and concerns.
May 29, 2017
What to Expect During the 115th Congress
This week on ForYourBenefit, our host, Bob Leins, and co-host Ray Kirk, welcome Josh Huder, Ph.D., to the studio to discuss the 115th Congress. Josh is a Senior Fellow at The Government Affairs Institute at Georgetown University, a non-profit organization dedicated to educating federal employees about Congress and its operation.
With Republicans controlling both Congress and the White House, the 1st Session of the 115th Congress is expected to be considerably more productive. Speaker Ryan and Majority Leader McConnell are laying the ground work for an ambitious agenda in 2017. Will Republicans finally repeal Obamacare? Can they find a replacement? Will Congress be able to match President Trump's lofty campaign promises? What's going on with the debt and deficits? What are the prospects for federal spending in the departments and agencies? Our show today will focus on these and more.
To ask a question and have it answered during the show, email us in advance at ForYourBenefit@nitpinc.com or call 202-465-3080 this coming Monday. Program begins at 10:05 ET and questions are accepted between 10:20 AM and 10:55 AM.
June 5, 2017 - Bob Leins welcomes David De Jong and Steve Widdes, tax and estate attorneys with Stein Sperling Bennett De Jong Driscoll PC, to the studio to discuss the possible changes in the tax and estate law during the Trump administration.