Review the new 2014 Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) Handbook
Answering your questions about Healthcare and Insurance
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This section provides information useful to retirees and their families. There are many occasions that might affect your benefits.
Provides information frequently requested by new retirees including changing health and life insurance options, COLAs, annuity payments, and taxable portions of annuity.
Explains how benefits are affected by events such as marriage, divorce, death of a spouse, re-employment in Federal service, or inability to handle one's finances.
Use this tool to help you prepare for moving and then conduct any relevant transactions after your move.
Covers the various types of monthly and lump sum benefits due from the death of active employees, retirees, and survivors. This includes potential monthly benefits for spouses, former spouses, children, and students.
FERS Disability benefits change 12 months after retirement and again at age 62.
Are you enrolled in retiree health benefits through the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program? If so, OPM wants to know about your experience with your health plan. Please participate in the Federal Annuitant Benefits Survey today to provide your important opinion! Your responses are anonymous and your feedback will help OPM and health carriers to better meet the health needs of annuitants.
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