Learn how to evaluate your personal situation, start your retirement application, and develop a realistic retirement plan.Introduction
Determine when you are eligible for a FERS or CSRS retirement including early and deferred retirement options.Eligibility
Estimate annuity payments for targeted retirement dates and discover ways to increase your monthly payments.Annuity
Insurance options including FEGLI, FEHB and Medicare, survivor elections, and Thrift Savings Plan withdrawals.Benefits
Evaluate your retirement income and expenses plus learn about your TSP and Social Security options.Finance
FERS and CSRS Federal Civil Service Retirement Planning Resources
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Many attend retirement planning seminars prior to retiring and return with more questions than answers. This site fills the gap and will help you determine if you are financially, emotionally and physically ready for federal retirement. You will be able to estimate your retirement income and expenses using our easy-to-follow checklist, complete federal retirement forms, explore financial issues including TSP options, understand basic estate civil service retirement planning techniques, find jobs in retirement if desired, and determine your spouse's survivor annuity income and expenses.
Preparation is the key to a successful federal civil service retirement. This site helps Federal and Postal employees successfully transition from an active federal employee to an informed, financially secure, and involved federal retiree. Current retirees will also find answers they need to make informed decisions about their retirement benefits. If you desire to work in retirement, you will find private sector job listings specifically targeting to retirees. You can also explore ways to return to government employment through the rehired annuitant program, personal service contracts, or contractor options.