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Annual leave

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Taking annual leave prior to retirement

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Q. I am planning to retire soon, and I want to take most of my leave before I retire. I would take six weeks of leave and come back for one day of work to sign out and turn in my computer, etc. So technically my annual leave will not be “terminal leave.” Is this legal, or is there some minimum time I must be back for work after taking all my leave?

Terminal leave payments

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Q. The following is from the U.S. Postal Service Employment and Labor Relations Manual: 512.732 Entitlement Amounts Separating employees may receive lump-sum terminal leave payments as follows: Nonbargaining Unit Employees. Nonbargaining unit employees may receive a lump-sum leave payment for accumulated annual leave carried over from the previous year; accrued annual leave for the year in which they separate, including amounts over the carryover maximum; any unused donated leave; and for full-time and part-time regular employees, holidays that fall within the terminal leave period. I retired Oct. 31 with an annual leave balance of 576 hours, for which I received…

Military buyback

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 Q. I need to clarify my situation on military buyback into FERS as I keep getting conflicting answers. I am an Army reservist: 28 years of service with 24 active duty (365 days per year). I would like to enter government service. I know I cannot buy back my 24 years and receive both retirements once I am receiving my retirement pay. However, in the government employee book, it says I can buy back up to all of my active service as long as I am not collecting my military retirement. So if I am hired tomorrow, while on terminal…

Terminal leave

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Q. I am a federal employee and I was mobilized with the National Guard for one year. I am now on terminal leave for 60 days following my deployment. Can I go back to work with the federal government while I’m still on military terminal leave?

Stopping retirement for a new position

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Q. I am 64 years old with 9½ years with the Air Force. I am planning on retiring in September. I previously put in for another position closer to home and now may be getting accepted for this new civilian job. Can I retract my retirement and accept this position, or do I have to retire then get reinstated back into the government? I have put in for leave and will be gone for the entire month of September before my retirement date. The new job begins in mid-October. I will not have any more leave after the end of…

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