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Use the table below to find the payment schedule for the 2015 retirement annuity checks. The first column Monthly Annuity Payment Dates shows the date annuity payments are due. The second column Last date to make changes to monthly payment shows the last day to make changes to check payable for the month in the first column.
For instance, January 16, 2015 is the last day to make changes for the payment dated February 2, 2015. Changes made on January 17, 2015 will be reflected in the payment dated March 2, 2015.
Reminders: Your retirement annuity is paid each month and covers the period for the previous month. For instance, your monthly annuity payment dated February 2, 2015 covers the period from January 1, 2015 to January 31, 2015. Most banks do not credit your annuity payment on a weekend or a holiday. If the monthly annuity payment date is on a Saturday or a holiday, your bank may not credit your account until the next business day.
Use the table below to find information about important annual dates for recipients of benefits from the Office of Personnel Management's Retirement Systems.
For instance: annually the February 1st annuity payment will reflect the new Health Benefits premiums which were effective January 1st.