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Federal Employees Retirement System - Government Careers
FERS was created by the US Congress in 1986 and became effective at the
beginning of 1987. It was meant to replace the Civil Service Retirement System
How Government Retirement Systems Work - Government Careers
One of the best known benefits of public service is the strong likelihood
government workers will have a comfortable retirement. Government workers and
What Are the Differences Between FERS and CSRS?
The US government maintains two retirement systems for their employees -- the
Federal Employees Retirement System and the Civil Service Retirement ...
Mistakes that Delay Retirement from Public Service
Retirement eligibility is almost always based on a combination of an employee's
age and years of service in that retirement system. Age, of course, adds up at ...
How to Retire Young from Public Service - Government Careers
In government, having the option to retire young is fairly common. Retirement
systems are generous when it comes to counting age and service time toward ...
The Thrift Savings Plan for Federal Employees - Retirement Planning
1, 1984, generally are covered by the federal employee retirement system. ... The
civil service pension plan covers civilian employees hired before 1984.