Q. Is it true that because I’m a CSRS retiree, and don’t have enough quarters in Social Security, I would not be able to collect anything on my husband’s Social Security should I survive him?
Q. As a retired CSRS (offset), I receive my pension along with a separate Social Security benefit that was reduced by WEP. My spouse receives Social Security through their own work. Am I eligible for any portion of my spouse’s Social Security?
Q. When my husband, a federal employee who carried the FEHB, died, I continued his FEHB for myself, paying monthly premiums. I signed up for Medicare Part A about six months ago. I am also a federal employee, plan to retire this year and will continue paying my husband’s FEHB premiums so I will have coverage in addition to my Medicare Part A. My question is: Do I need to purchase Medicare Part B now or when I retire, or not at all?
Q. I am a single/divorced female, 58 years old, and I have 38 years of federal civilian service. I retired December 30, 2017, with a small outstanding TSP loan balance – less than $900. I have about $55,000 in my TSP. I had previously left the federal service (eight years ago) and used my TSP balance earlier in my career. When I reentered the federal civil service I reinvested in TSP and currently have a balance amount of $55,000. I’m considering requesting the full amount of my balance. Will I be penalized if I do not pay this small loan back…
Q. I retired from the United States Postal Service at 65 and have a one-time/full withdrawal of my TSP that has a withholding of 20 percent. Is the amount I received still subject to tax for next year’s return and how much?
Q. I’m planning on retiring June 2018. I have 38 years of service at age 57 with and outstanding TSP loan of $20,000. Will I get penalized if my load is not repaid? And can I withdraw the rest of my TSP once I separate?
Q. I am 86 years old and going to retire in 2018. I want to know how much will I have to take out of my TSP account each month? My wife is 18 years younger than me; can this be used to lessen my required funds that I must take when I retire?
Q. Could you tell me how a large loan against my TSP will be treated when I retire? I still owe $30,000 and am considering retiring soon. Am I penalized and taxed on those funds? If so, are there any ways around that?