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NEW Federal Handbooks Website Launched - Press Release - May 17, 2006

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PRESS RELEASE

May 17, 2006

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: John D. Whitney at 703-518-4436
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Federal Handbooks (http:/www.federalhandbooks.com)
FREE Federal Handbooks for Federal Employees - Since 2001

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NEW Federal Handbooks Website Launched - Press Release

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ALEXANDRIA, VA - Federal Handbooks has announced the
launch of it's NEW Website - FederalHandbooks.com
and the release of its latest seven (7) FREE handbooks
for Federal Employees. These FREE handbooks were written
specifically for Federal Employees. To get your own
copies of these FREE handbooks, simply go to our
NEW website - http://www.federalhandbooks.com. It's
that easy! Don't forget to tell all your federal
colleagues about these FREE handbooks too!

FederalHandbooks.com - Since 2001

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FREE - Seven (7) New Federal Handbooks:

- 2006 FEDERAL BENEFITS HANDBOOK
- 2006 FEDERAL PERSONNEL HANDBOOK
- 2006 FEDERAL RETIREMENT HANDBOOK
- 2006 LONG-TERM CARE HANDBOOK
- 2006 FEDERAL HEALTH BENEFITS HANDBOOK
- 2006 FEDERAL TRAVEL HANDBOOK
- 2006 FEDERAL CHILDREN'S SCHOLARSHIP HANDBOOK

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2006 FEDERAL BENEFITS HANDBOOK

This unique handbook, written for active federal
employees, covers everything you need to know
about your federal pay and benefits, such as the
different pay schedules, base and locality pay,
overtime pay, compensatory time off, relocation and
retention bonuses, performance awards, holidays, all
the various leave benefits, the federal student loan
repayment program, Employee Assistance Programs,
Alternative Work Schedules, and much, much more!

2006 FEDERAL PERSONNEL HANDBOOK

This comprehensive handbook explains the very
latest information on federal appointments including
temporary, term, career and career-conditional
appointments, probationary period, performance
appraisals, transferring to other federal jobs,
reinstatement rights, reductions in force (RIF) rules,
the rights of military personnel, employment of
Military retirees, Senior Executive Service, workers'
compensation, ethics regulations, and much, much more!

2006 FEDERAL RETIREMENT HANDBOOK

Planning for your retirement is getting much harder.
That's why we published this highly detailed handbook
- giving you the ins-and-outs of your federal retirement
including all the latest federal changes, COLAs,
Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Liability Insurance,
Family Benefits, Survivor Benefits, Social Security,
Medicare, TSP, FERS and CSRS, and Retirement Resources.
It also gives you a Five-Year Retirement Plan and much,
much more!

2006 LONG-TERM CARE HANDBOOK

Inside this truly unique Long-Term Care (LTC) handbook,
you'll find everything you've ever wanted to know about
LTC coverage, including an explanation of how LTC
insurance really works, the costs and payment options,
benefits, tax issues, options other than LTC coverage,
things you should consider before choosing a policy, and
how the Federal Long-Term Care Insurance Program really
works, plus much, much more!

2006 FEDERAL HEALTH BENEFITS HANDBOOK

This handbook contains all the latest information about
the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program! It has
everything you need to know about eligibility, enrollment,
finding a plan, coordinating benefits, cost, leave without
pay, termination and conversion of coverage, annuitants
and compensationers, military service, family members,
former spouses, and health care flexibility spending
accounts and much, much more!

2006 FEDERAL TRAVEL HANDBOOK

This handbook contains all the latest information about
what you need to know when traveling on official
Government business. It covers temporary duty travel
allowances, transportation expenses, airline travel,
train travel, travel by ship, local transit systems,
using government vehicles, per diem expenses, emergency
travel, travel by employees with special needs, making
arrangements and paying for travel, reimbursement of
expenses, and much, much more!

2006 FEDERAL CHILDREN'S SCHOLARSHIP HANDBOOK

A college degree has become the essential tool to unlock
doors for future success. This handbook contains all the
latest information about getting a college degree,
including: types of higher education, resources for
finding the right college, entrance exams, financial
aid resources, paying for college, applying for federal
student aid, Pell Grants, Direct and Federal Family
Education Loans, PLUS loans, U.S. Armed Forces and
ROTC, and much, much more!

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To reserve your own FREE copies of these Seven (7)
New Federal Handbooks, just go to our website:
http://www.federalhandbooks.com.

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"We are very happy to offer these FREE handbooks
for Federal Employees," said John D. Whitney, Publisher
of Federal Handbooks.

Federal Handbooks is a small company owned and operated
by former federal employees and veterans. Our offices
are located in Alexandria, VA - just 10 minutes outside
of Washington, DC.

Please feel free to forward this Press release to Federal
Employees and Retirees you believe would be interested
in getting their own FREE copies of theses NEW handbooks.

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