Federal employees would see reductions in their retirement benefits under the White House’s proposed budget, a development that could lead them to stay in the workforce longer. On Monday, President Donald J. Trump unveiled his vision for the country’s fiscal year 2021 budget, which includes more than $92 billion in savings by 2030 achieved by cutting retirement benefits for federal workers.

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