Q. I retired as a Department of Defense employee with 30 years and 8 months of CSRS. I am 71 years old. I want to return back to work at the same office with a lower GS position. Let’s say GS-4 or 5. I retired as a GS 9 step 10. How will my retirement pay be affected?
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Q. I’m not sure I’m tracking with the explanations of how part-time employment impacts retirement. I plan to retire at age 62 with 10 years of government service. I may have an opportunity to forego retirement and work three days per week with the same agency. If I choose to accept that offer, how will it impact my retirement?
Q. I’m a CSRS retiree and am thinking about returning to civil service. I’m 63 years old and am uncertain how re-employment will affect my retirement and health benefits. Will I lose all of my retirement benefits? Will I have to relinquish my health benefit and select another health insurance coverage?
Q. If I’m offered a position at a lower grade, but the same pay through pay retention (same GS pay plan), would declining it forfeit my already filed disability retirement application? Also, position would be non-law enforcement versus my current law enforcement retirement plan, so I would be giving up my enhanced 20-year law enforcement officer annuity. According to what I’ve read, I’m not required to accept a lower grade position — even if they match the pay rate.
Q. If I retire with 36 years at age 59,as a GS-9, and later apply for another federal job, would that affect the retirement pay that I would already be getting? Would it be like getting another job and another retirement?
Q. I retired under CSRS in 1997. I had a reduced annuity until my wife died in 2009. I restored my annuity to full status. I remarried in October 2014 and applied for reduced annuity for my second wife. I now find that I have my annuity reduced further by some actuarial formula, which says I owe some $59,000 to the government as if I were still under a reduced annuity program after the death of my first wife. That’s under the provisions of Title 11, USC, Section 11002, of Public Law 103-66, which I am unable to find and…
Q. I am CSRS and worked 20 years between 1983 and 2004. I am considering taking a job in a Texas school district. Will there be any offset between my CSRS annuity and my Texas state annuity? A. No, there won’t.