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30-Year Disability Annuitant Entitled to Supplemental Annuity at 60
(Posted October 29, 2013)
Question 1070: I retired in 2004 on an Occupational Disability Annuity with 30 years of service. I will be 60 in November. Will I be entitled to a Supplemental Annuity?
Answer: Yes, with 30 years of rail service you become entitled to a Supplemental Annuity at 60. Your December 1st payment should include an additional $43.
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