Ask The Experts: Retirement

By Reg Jones

Deferred annuity

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Q. I was separated by a reduction in force in March 1996. I left all retirement dollars in CSRS. I have more than 21 years of combined federal service from the Department of the Army and Department of Energy. I am 56. Can I apply for a deferred retirement at age 60 (with over 20 years service) since my separation from DOE was due to a reduction in force, or do I have to wait until age 62 to apply for my deferred retirement?

A. As a former CSRS employee, your only option is to apply for a deferred annuity at age 62.

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