Q. I have been retired for two-and-a-half years. I am receiving the Special Retirement Supplement and just turned 61 years old in July. I understand that I can only earn so much a year before my SRS is effected. However, since this is my last year of SRS, can I earn as much as I want since after July 2019 it will be cut off, or will I have to pay monies back if I exceed the earning limits?
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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?
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.