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The Federal Employees Retirement System, or FERS, has three main parts: Social Security, the Basic Benefit Plan and the Thrift Savings Plan. While the Basic Benefit Plan requires participants to be vested employees of th... More »

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To apply for Federal Employees Retirement System, or FERS, disability retirement benefits, employees must first fully document their medical condition and apply for disability benefits from the Social Security Administra... More »

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Post office workers with at least five years of service are eligible to receive an annuity retirement benefit and a Social Security benefit, according to PostalMag.com. Annuity benefits for workers employed before Januar... More »

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