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Happy New Year from Retirement Services!
This message is to bring you the latest news concerning Services Online (SOL) that will benefit you and your family.
Last summer, we introduced for the first time, the opportunity for annuitants and survivors to receive the annual notice and IRS 1099R from us using your SOL account. I’m pleased to say this has been a big success. Thousands of you signed up to receive these mailings using SOL. We are expecting even greater enrollment this year. Simply go to www.ServicesOnline.opm.gov to sign up. If you do not remember your password, instructions are provided on how to obtain another one. Remember, after 15 months of non-usage, your SOL password will expire.
Several of you have participated in our customer satisfaction survey. Overall satisfaction with SOL is eighty-seven percent with ninety-one percent of annuitants completing their transaction(s).
Retirement Services thanks you for helping to reduce our carbon footprint by reducing the number of mailings we send every year.
OPM will continue to keep your transactions on SOL secure and easy for you to access as we move toward a modern and responsive system that meets your needs now and in the future.
Just as I promised, we’ve added another new feature to Services Online (SOL). Now, you can see your current Federal Employees Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) coverage on line.
To view and download your FEGLI or Verification of Life Insurance you will first need to log into SOL. If you have forgotten your password or have not logged onto SOL within the last 15 months simply log in to www.ServicesOnline.opm.gov and click the “forgot password link” to request a password.
Once you log in to SOL, select the Verification of Life Insurance (FEGLI) link. Then follow the easy on screen instructions to print your FEGLI coverage information.
While you can see your coverage amount, you will not be able to see your FEGLI designation of beneficiary election. If you are not sure who you designated as your beneficiary, or you have had a significant life change, such as a marriage, divorce, or death, you may want to consider completing a new designation of beneficiary form. You should also file a new designation of beneficiary form whenever a beneficiary's address changes. Failure to do so may mean that the Office of Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance cannot locate your beneficiary and, therefore, cannot pay the life insurance death benefits due. You can download the Designation of Beneficiary form at http://www.opm.gov/Forms/pdf_fill/sf2823.pdf. If you have questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1(888) 767-6738 for further assistance.
Don’t forget to access SOL to opt-in to receive your information electronically. You must opt-in by December 9, 2013, to ensure prompt delivery.
For updates, reminders, information about the resources available on our website and online tools to help you manage your retirement account, follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/fedretireinfo.
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