Q. I retired from the Federal Aviation Administration in January 2013 (after 33½ years) and began receiving my CSRS annuity. I am considering returning to the FAA in an executive level position. How will my annuity payments be impacted, if at all? Will I pay into Social Security or FERS?
Q. I receive a monthly CSRS-Offset annuity of $365, which was reduced from $850. Since it has already been reduced, will I also have a reduction in my Social Security when I start taking it?
Q. I have approximately 39 years of service/contributions to the CSRS pension plan, and high-3 is approximately $95,000. What is the approximate net worth of the plan? From articles I have read, calculating this can be difficult, as there are too many variables to consider. My retirement estimate given current deductions is $3650 per month.
Q. I am 46 years old with 27 years of civil service. I would like to retire now under FERS. How does this affect the FERS base annuity and FERS supplement? My MRA is 56 years old, plus 10 months. How much of a reduction will I receive?
Q. I was told that because I have 43 years of service with 2500 hours of sick leave, I will get 82 percent annuity and that the two months of unused sick leave will be given to me in a lump-sum cash payment, just like my unused annual leave. It was stated this was a new law. Is this true?