Retired Member Benefits
Best of 2022: Retirement Planning
Friday, December 30, 2022
With historic inflation affecting COLA numbers this year and Social Security concerns, public servants looking to retire have more factors to consider before starting the process. Our Retirement Planning columnist Tammy Flanagan provided analysis and advice for those looking to make the transition this year and beyond.
|The Best Date to Start Taking Social Security Benefits// Tammy Flanagan|
|A reader poses a question that's trickier than it seems.|
|Postal Reform Measure Could Affect All Federal Retirees' Health Benefits// Tammy Flanagan|
|Law requires postal retirees to enroll in Medicare.|
|The Normal Retirement Age May Be on the Way Up// Tammy Flanagan|
|It's one way to help keep Social Security solvent.|
How You Can Get Better Customer Service// Tammy FlanaganTips on getting the result you're looking for when you reach out for help.
Congrats on your retirement. Here is a drop form and also the retired union form if you are interested. If you are interested, note retirement dues are only 40 per calendar year, and you continue to receive all local and national benefits.
Retired Members Can Join Through E-dues
NEW retired members will now join thru the Edues system. See below.
Also, to renew the current membership, renewal will take place thru the edues link.
We have activated the retirement plan for your local on the join form. Now retired members in your local can join E-Dues.