Q. I retired under VERA, with my last day 2-28-18. I had 28 years in the U.S. Postal Service and am 53 years old. What percent of my pension did I lose by not waiting till 56 and 2 months?
Q. Can I retire at 50 with 25 years of service? I am not at my minimum retirement age, but in order to keep my health benefits, I would take the 5 percent per year that would reduce my annuity by 50 percent. Is this possible?
Q. I retired on a VERA with 25 years of service (22 years FERS and five years military) at age 47. When I reach 62, does my annuity go to 1.1 percent based on my high-3 years in service?
Q. I am a FERS employee who retired on a VERA. I was rehired five years later. My pension is subtracted from my pay. When I retire again, will all of my money be considered or just what I receive minus the pension?
Q. If I accept a VERA and have fewer than 30 years of service, will I still still get the special retirement supplement when I reach my minimum retirement age? How do they calculate the payment?
Q. I am currently 52 years old with 32 years in the U.S. Postal Service. I am being offered a VERA. Am I eligible to receive the FERS supplement at my current age?
Q. I am 64 and thinking about the early retirement. I have 38 years; can I qualify for the VERA/VSIP?
Q. If I retire when I’m 52 years old and 30 years of service, can I get the FERS Special Retirement Supplement when my MRA is reached at 56 and 6 months?
Q. Can you explain what would happen to my pension as a reinstated employee? I retired in 2011 from the sales department in the U.S. Postal Service. I took a Voluntary Early Retirement Authority. I was 53, now I’m 59. I would like to go back to my job (I just saw the posting). I have been getting the supplement since age 56. I get $27,348 with my pension and supplement. I left at the pay scale of $68,000 — the same as the job is offering. Would I still get a pension in my direct deposit? Will I accrue a new pension?…
Q. I will have 30 years in service on Aug. 8, 2018. I will apply for retirement under the Voluntary Early Retirement Authority (VERA) at that time and see where the dart hits the dartboard. I will be 49 years old (plus a few days) — young enough to perhaps move onto something else. Is there anything I should know?