Q. Can you receive FERS disability along with Social Security disability? I have 12 years of U.S. Postal Service service and am 46 years of age.
Q. Does a federal employee have to complete a standard form in order to receive the FERS supplement? Or does the Office of Personnel Management automatically calculate the amount along with their voluntary retirement annuity?
Q. When I retired from the U.S. Postal Service in 2010, I elected to purchase a survivor annuity for my spouse. Should I survive my spouse, will I be entitled to any of the funds that I paid for the annuity?
Q. I’m a FERS employee. I understand that if I have at least 25 years of service and accept my agency’s early retirement offer, I can retire at any age. If I do, when will I receive my benefits?
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?
Q. When do you get notified of the actual amount of your FERS supplement? I retired with an immediate annuity as a result of a discontinued service retirement with 25 years service at age 51. I will reach the minimum retirement age of 56 this May, but still haven’t been able to determine what the actual amount will be and the Office of Personnel Management has not responded to my emails. I know how to do the estimate (Social Security estimate at 62 divided by 40 times years of service), but am frustrated by the fact that OPM doesn’t even acknowledge…