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Your successful career didn’t just happen. It took hard work and commitment to make a difference. So when the big day comes, you can put the hard work behind you because you’ve planned your retirement with the help of FedChoice.
Be ready – regardless of how new government policies might affect future retirement benefits. FedChoice has exceptional financial advisers who know all the ins and outs of FERS/CSRS benefit packages and are here to help and offer you additional options. And they’ll continue to offer support and resources, long after your days of working are over.
You can rely on our insured accounts that are easy to set up and easy to maintain with Direct Deposit and/or automatic transfers. We cover your IRA and other savings up to $500,000, so you can rest assured that your deposits are protected.
Already a retired FedChoice member? Keep more of your funds with free eServices, a worldwide network of nearly 60,000 surcharge-free ATMs, plus other conveniences that make access to your money available wherever your dreams may take you. We’re here to make the second half of your life a lot easier than the first!
We’re looking out for you – and your money!
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