Understanding Your Federal Retirement Benefits
Are your federal employee benefits going to support your expenses for thirty years? Do you know how to calculate future living expenses? We are the FRBC and we help you prepare for retirement. As we are experienced human resource experts, we provide educational workshops. Our educators explain all aspects of your benefits in detail.
The FERS (Federal Employees Retirement System) is a retirement system that is responsive to the employee’s needs and decisions. Many of its features are “portable,” so if you leave Federal employment, you may still qualify for the benefits. FERS enables you to take an active role in securing your future. A three-tiered retirement system, FERS provides retirement income from three separate sources: the FERS Basic Annuity, TSP - Thrift Savings Plan, and Social Security Benefits. Your retirement eligibility under FERS is determined by your age and number of years of creditable service worked.
Understanding your Federal employee benefits are an important part of the retirement planning process. Whatever decisions are made today will impact your financial security. Federal Employees that have questions about these and other benefits are invited to contact the Federal Retirement Benefits Center for more information. Call 844-533-3372.