Send your request by e-mail to email@example.com and a response will be returned by e-mail. Be sure to include your name, date of birth and CSD Claim Number.
A court order following annulment of marriage, legal separation, or divorce can divide or apportion your annuity. The order must expressly direct OPM to pay a portion of your monthly benefit. The spouse's share must be stated as a fixed amount, a percentage or fraction of your annuity, or by a formula with a readily apparent value. The amount cannot exceed the money payable to you after deductions for taxes and insurance.
A court order may provide for payment of all or part of a refund of your retirement contributions. It may also block the refund payment, but only if the order directs us not to pay the refund and grants a survivor annuity or a portion of your annuity to a legally separated current spouse or former spouse.
Yes. If you are under age 60, your benefit will stop if:
You can reduce your premiums by reducing your coverage. However, if you reduce coverage, you cannot increase it again at a later date.
See our answer to a frequently asked question about coverage after age 65 and our web pages at http://www.opm.gov/insure/life/index.asp to obtain more information about the Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) program.
To change your coverage, write us.
When a benefit recipient signs up to receive Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, VA or other federal benefits via the Direct Express® card, their payment will be automatically deposited to their Direct Express® card account on payment date. The card can be used to make purchases at stores that accept Debit MasterCard®, pay bills, purchase money orders for the U.S. Post Office, and get cash from an ATM or financial institution that displays the MasterCard® acceptance mark.
For instance, if the recipient’s benefit payment is $500 monthly:
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