Q. I recently retired from the federal government law enforcement and I am receiving a FERS Supplement until I turn 62 years of age. Does my military pension count against my supplement as it pertains to the earnings test? A. Your military pension does not count as earned income for earned income offset calculation.
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Q. I will be 62 next year and am a CSRS Offset employee. I would like to know if I can apply at that time for Social Security benefits and retire afterwards (within a few months), and whether a salary is reduced as it is with the pension. A. You may apply for Social Security benefits while you are still working. Your earned income will not be reduced by the offset provision of your retirement system.