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pnwnative  
#1 Posted : Friday, April 19, 2019 12:44:36 PM(UTC)
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Here is my situation:
1. FERS Retirement @ 62yo with 27ys of federal service on 5/31/19
2. Filing for SS benefits to be effective 7/1/19
3. Leaving federal service with 300h of A/L
4. Drawing monthly from TSP
5. I will not be working for the remainder of the year.

My question: Is there any issues that I would have with the SSA in terms of being liable for any overpayments?

Thanks!
GoHuskers  
#2 Posted : Friday, April 19, 2019 6:45:12 PM(UTC)

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There shouldn't be any issues as long as you do not go back to work at another job after retiring from your FERS position. For your initial year of retirement, SSA employs both a yearly and monthly earnings test, which applies only to wages and self employment income (TSP distributions are not counted). As long as you don't earn over $1470 per month from July through December you will be due all your SS benefits.
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