Military Credit – Post 1956

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I paid Post 56 in 1994. 2 questions: I was told that deposit helped my for leave only but was told that there’s another military deposit for retirement purposes too? Do I have to make an additional military deposit? Whom do I contact to be certain?

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Asked on March 29, 2017 4:33 pm
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If you made a military deposit for your post 56 active duty service, it was so it would count for retirement purposes. The deposit is not necessary for sick leave purposes. Since you will be eligible for a reserve retired military retirement, making the deposit to have it count towards FERS has no impact on it also being used for your military retirement and your Social Security benefit.

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Answered on March 29, 2017 5:56 pm
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