Q. With an annuity computation date of 8-13-88 is there any reason why a retirement date of 8-17-18, i.e., not working till the end of the month, would somehow cause trouble with qualifying for the special retirement supplement?
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Q. I retired on a disability from a law enforcement position at the age of 47, and I always thought that I would be able to get the SRS from the age of 57 until 62. However, the Office of Personnel Management said no. Is this correct?
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. 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. I am 55 and will reach my minimum retirement age in December. If I take the offer for VERA, will I qualify for the special retirement supplement? Or will I get penalized for not waiting until my MRA age?
Q. How does the Office of Personnel Management calculate the special retirement supplement? I turn 56 this year and plan on retiring with 33 years government service; 9 of which are for military time that I bought back. Based on comments that means that my SRS will be based on 24 years of civilian federal employment.
Q. An employee began work in the United States Postal Service in December 1990. If removed for misconduct, can this employee retire now (March 2018) and still collect FERS retirement including Special Retirement Supplement? While appealing the removal with MSPB?