Ask The Experts: Retirement

By Reg Jones

Sick leave and special retirement supplement

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Q. I can retire in three years at age 56 (my minimum retirement age) with 33 years of service.

I should have more than a year’s worth of sick leave at that time. I know the unused sick leave will be added to my total years for annuity computation purposes, but will it also be added to my total years for the special retirement supplement computation?

A. No.

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