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NITP is Looking to Expand Our Team

Federal Benefits Specialist

National Institute of Transition Planning, Inc. (NITP) is the trusted source for Federal benefits, financial and pre-retirement planning.  We have been in business since 1984 and have trained over 600,000 Federal employees.

Our mission is to educate Federal employees and enable them to make informed and sound decisions about their financial futures and retirement options.  Our courses are designed for Federal employees at all career stages: Early, Mid-Career and Pre-Retirement.

NITP, Inc. has a need for a Federal Benefits Instructor to address the follow topics:

  • FERS Retirement Benefits and Options
  • Minimum Age and Service Requirements
  • Creditable Service
  • Deposits and Redeposits
  • Calculation of the Basic Retirement Benefit
  • Disability Retirement
  • Survivor Benefits
  • Retirement Processing
  • Federal Insurances – FEHB, Medicare Parts A&B, FEGLI, LTCIP, FSAs
  • Social Security and Medicare – Qualification, calculation and claiming strategies
  • Thrift Savings Plan Contributions

 

Requirements:

  • Must possess a comprehensive knowledge of the 3-tiered FERS program.
  • Experience in public speaking to small and large groups of Federal workers, either virtually or live.
  • Demonstrate the ability to convey information via professional and interesting format to adult learners.

 

This is a Contractor position.

Please submit resume in confidence to avincent@nitpinc.com

Social Security and Medicare – Keep It Simple

By: Maureen Wilkin, Federal Benefits Specialist, NITP

Published: November 2019

Medicare and Social Security become topics of conversation for most people as they begin to plan for retirement. That conversation often reveals how overwhelmed people are by the amount of program information available. The good news is that it’s really not that complicated. Each program has some key points to know and follow. Let’s go through each program to help you gain a basic understanding.

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