Q. I will have 30 years of services in August 2018, but I’m only 54 year of age. When am I able to retire?
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?
Q. Can the sick leave balance be used to push a retiring employee beyond the 20-year point? If the worker, older than 62, wants to retire on Feb. 1 but is five months short of 20 years and has 5½ months of sick leave, will the balance push the service beyond 20 years?
Q. I retired from the U.S. Postal Service in 2005. I was under CSRS during that time. When I retired I elected an annuity for my spouse (for after my death). We are getting a divorce. I wanted to know by how much will my annuity increase, and what happens to the money I paid into the death benefit annuity?