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bustaraven  
#1 Posted : Monday, January 21, 2019 2:25:26 PM(UTC)

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Hi Ed, I am postal letter carrier and I was wondering if there is a cite where I can find the history of my annual pay for the purpose of figuring out my high 3 years. Thx for your help.
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You should contact your Personnel Office and ask that office for a link to get a history of your SF 50's. Among other things, your SF 50's show your salary history which is used in the computation of your high-three average salary.
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Postal employees have access to there personal file through Liteblue. Click on the HR page, then EOPF. Every Form 50 issued will be there.

If you are within 5 years of retirement, you can request an annuity estimate through Liteblue. Go to the HR page. On the right hand side of the page is "Retiring Soon".
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Originally Posted by: bustaraven Go to Quoted Post
Hi Ed, I am postal letter carrier and I was wondering if there is a cite where I can find the history of my annual pay for the purpose of figuring out my high 3 years. Thx for your help.


Don't forget unlike military average High 36 months of pay...civilian is "consecutive" high 3 years - . I found my history by creating online account with social security. "Earnings History".
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