Q. If I retire from the federal government under CSRS, can I go to work for the United States Postal Service?
Author Reg Jones
Q. I am 55 and will reach my minimum retirement age in December. If I take the offer for VERA, will I qualify for the special retirement supplement? Or will I get penalized for not waiting until my MRA age?
Q. I’m a FERS employee. I was told if you resign from the government and collect retirement later, you lose the health insurance coverage for you and your husband and you cannot re-enroll when you retire. Is that true?
Q. I retired at age 64 with 41 years and nine months. I had over 2,457 hours of sick leave. I also had two years military. At the time of retirement I did not qualify for Social Security. I am now 70 1/2 and work a part-time job. I now qualify for Social Security. Due to sick leave saved I get 82 1/2 percent of my high-3. Will applying for Social Security in any way affect my annuity?
Q. Under FERS my average annual salary is $79,077. I’m age 64 and started working in 2012. I’m told that the earliest I can retire is age 62 and five years of service. When I retire, what would my retirement annuity be?