Friday, March 4, 2016

Retirement Calculator: Federal Ballpark E$timate® from OPM site

Federal Ballpark E$timate®

The Federal Ballpark E$timate® was developed by the Employee Benefit Research Institute® and its American Savings Education Council® (ASEC®) program . It is based upon the interactive version of the Ballpark E$timate® worksheet developed by EBRI and ASEC. Follow this link [CLICK ->]: Federal Ballpark E$timate® Reference Source: www.opm.gov

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

OPM Fedreal Retirement Information w/ Calculators


The following link will provide all the links you need for Federal and Postal Employee retirement and provides online calculators to assist you.
Follow this link [CLICK ->]: OPM Fedreal Retirement Information w/ Calculators
Reference Source: www.opm.gov

FERS Annuity Supplement and Calculation


The FERS annuity supplement is paid in addition to gross monthly Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) annuity benefits. It represents what you would receive for your FERS civilian service from the Social Security Administration (SSA) and is calculated as if you were eligible to receive SSA benefits on the day you retired. If you retire voluntarily on an immediate annuity which is not reduced for age, you may be eligible for the annuity supplement, in addition to your regular monthly FERS benefit. You may also receive the supplement if you retired involuntarily before attaining your Minimum Retirement Age (MRA) or voluntarily because of a major reorganization, reduction in force, or an early retirement for Members of Congress. However, in these three instances, you will not be eligible for the annuity supplement until you reach your Minimum Retirement Age (MRA). If you receive a deferred benefit, a disability benefit or an immediate MRA+10 benefit, you will not be eligible for the annuity supplement.

If your annuity has a Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) and a Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) component, you can still receive an annuity supplement. However, you must have completed one full calendar year of service subject to FERS computation rules.

Computation of Annuity Supplement

Follow this link [CLICK ->]:FERS Annuity Supplement and Calculation

Reference Source: www.opm.gov

Federal Employee Federal Tax Withholding Calculator

Please use this calculator to see how much Federal income tax should be withheld from your monthly payment. Answer the questions and press Calculate for your results.

Here is the OPM link: Federal Employee Federal Tax Withholding Calculator

Reference: opm.gov

Friday, March 26, 2010

Mortgage Calculators

The Link: Mortgage Calculators

"...Determine mortgage payments for different types of loans, view complete amortization tables, see how to repay your loan much more quickly by making additional monthly payments, compute option ARM loan payments (examples), estimate how much you can afford to borrow, calculate the income required to qualify for the particular loan, find out how your bi-weekly payments influence the loan term and the interest paid over the life of loan, calculate blended rate, and more...."

Reference: www.mortgage-x.com

Social Security Benefit Calculator Estimator

Social Security Benefit Calculator Estimator

""... The Retirement Estimator produces estimates that are based on your actual Social Security earnings record. Retirement estimates are just that, estimates. They will vary slightly from the actual benefit you may receive in the future because ..."

Reference: www.ssa.gov

online federal employee benefits calculators

The Link: Federal Retirement Calculator (Ballpark Estimate)

The Federal Ballpark E$timate includes projected Federal annuity and Thrift Savings Plan benefits to help you quickly identify approximately how much you need to save to fund a comfortable retirement.

Reference: www.opm.gov

Friday, March 12, 2010

Federal Employee Pay

This site will allow you to enter a name, or select an agency, job title or location to begin your search. The results will show the adjusted base salary and any merit award for a federal worker from federal fiscal year 2008.
Reference: app.com