Q. I retired on disability in 2008 in a 6(c) (law enforcement) position. I would have been eligible to retire this year (at age 52) had I not become disabled. When will my retirement be recalculated since I fall under the age 57 mandatory retirement?
A. Your annuity will be recalculated when you reach age 62. At that time, an artificial retirement benefit will be calculated as though you had worked to age 62. The total time will be multiplied by 1 percent and the product multiplied by the your high-3 at the onset of your disability, increased by all FERS cost-of-living adjustments payable up to age 62.