How to fill out retirement forms
Video Series
Whether you're nearing retirement or planning for the future, this series is your comprehensive guide to navigating the complexities of retirement forms. With Micah's easygoing demeanor and invaluable insights, you'll gain the knowledge and confidence to secure your financial future.
Whether you're on the verge of retirement or laying the groundwork for your future, our series is your ultimate companion in cracking the complexities of retirement forms. 
With Micah's approachable demeanor and priceless expertise, you'll gain the knowledge and confidence to safeguard your financial future.

Embark on this journey with Micah in our video series tailored exclusively for federal employees like yourself. We recognize the importance of accurately completing retirement forms from the outset, and Micah stands ready to lead you through the process effortlessly and transparently.
In this series, Micah will walk you through:

1️⃣ Common mistakes to avoid: Learn from real-life examples of errors that have cost federal employees time and money.

2️⃣ Correct form-filling techniques: Discover the essential steps to ensure your retirement forms are completed accurately.

3️⃣ Money-saving tips: Hear success stories of individuals who saved by mastering the art of retirement paperwork.
Get Ready for Three Essential Episodes on Mastering Retirement Forms!
CReditable service
The Notification of Personnel Action is an important document for federal employees because it contains information about YOUR employment status, job title, salary, and benefits. It will also show your eligibility for certain benefits, such as Social Security and retirement.
retirement application
The retirement timeline for federal employees typically takes 305 months from the date you retire. Learn about
the importance of completing the application accurately and addressing common confusion regarding ex-spouses and their involvement in the retirement application process.
Life insurance is an important financial planning tool for all federal employees. It can help to protect their families from financial hardship in the event of their unexpected death. Let's learn how to analyze and optimize retirement benefits, and filling out beneficiary forms correctly!

Micah Shilanski, CFP®

Micah Shilanski is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional who specializes in helping federal employees get the most out of their federal retirement benefits.

Founder of - A website that helps thousands of Federal Employees understand their benefits and how those benefits fit into their financial plan.

Micah can be seen across the country and mentioned in Congressional Meetings about how to help Federal Employees learn about their Benefits.

Remember, a smooth retirement starts with properly filled-out forms.
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