Retirement Benefits


  

Employee Cost-of-Living
Adjustment (COLA)

Legislation enacted in 1973 provides for cost-of-living adjustments (COLA) to Social Security benefits. With COLAs, retirement benefits keep pace with inflation which helps retirees bridge the gap between the benefits they receive and the rising cost of living.
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Medicare and FEHB

Are you an annuitant covered by both FEHB and Medicare? Find out what Medicare does and does not cover, who is eligible for Medicare, and how benefits are coordinated between Medicare and FEHB plans.
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Retiree Benefit Overview

Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) Federal Employee Dental and Vision Program (FEDVIP) Federal Long Term Care InsuranceProgram (FLTCIP)
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Social Security

Did you know you can begin receiving Social Security benefits at age 62?
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Department of Defense Retirement Identification Card

The Department of Defense (DoD) began the issuance of retiree identification cards (ID) for DoD civilian retirees retiring on an immediate annuity. The ID cards do not afford any privileges or benefits. They are for identification purposes only. However, individual installation commanders may authorize these cards to be used to access the base or installation.
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Working and Receiving
Social Security

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