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     NALC NATIONAL WEBSITE           

 

     www.NALC.org

 

    

     POSTAL NEWS SITES                   

 

     www.postalmag.com

 

     www.postalreporter.com

 

     www.postalemployeenetwork.com

 

     www.federaltimes.com

 

 

      THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN

 

      www.tsp.gov

 

 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ACTIVE & RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES

 

     www.narfe.org

 

VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS

 

www.vfw.com


 

 

Additional NALC Retirement Publications

These NALC retirement booklets and leaflets are available free to members. Contact the NALC Retirement Department for copies. See note of caution.  

The publications are also available here in Adobe Acrobat® format. Windows: Click on the booklet or leaflet to browse it online, right-click and save to download. More Information

Questions & Answers on the
Civil Service Retirement System

Revised 2010 edition

This NALC booklet covers Civil Service Retirement System retirement eligibility, credit for service, types of retirement, survivor elections, the Thrift Savings Plan, health and life insurance, and more.

 


Questions & Answers on the
Federal Employees' Retirement System

Revised 2010 edition

Covers Federal Employees Retirement System retirement eligibility, credit for service, types of retirement, survivor elections, Social Security, the Thrift Savings Plan, health and life insurance, and more.

 


Survivor's Guide to CSRS, FERS, and Social Security

Revised 2010 edition

This booklet covers questions spouses or other survivors may have about death benefits. It applies to survivors under both the Civil Service Retirement System and the Federal Employees Retirement System.

 


Preparing for Retirement

As one starts preparing for retirement, the frst question that usually comes to
mind is when and where to begin the process.

Since there is a lot of information to absorb, many forms to be concerned with and
quite a few decisions to make, all of this has been put into a framework of steps to follow in preparing for retirement.

This pamphlet outlines some steps that should aid in your preparation.

 


When a Retired Letter Carrier Dies . . .

NALC understands that dealing with matters after someone dies is a necessary task, but often one which is hard for the bereaved to cope with.

The Retirement Department stands ready to help spouses and other survivors through
the steps they must take to obtain survivor benefits.

This leaflet details the agencies and institutions that must be notified in order for survivors to receive retire ment benefits.

 

 


When an Active Letter Carrier Dies . . .

 

The days following the death of an active letter carrier can prove to be quite traumatic. Many forms and notices must be obtained from the Postal Service and completed at this extremely stressful time.

The NALC stands ready to assist our members and their families during these difficult times. The information in this brochure, prepared as a guide with the letter carrier’s family in mind, contains data that can assist a survivor with this daunting task.

NALC members can help to ease the burden of their survivors by completing the personal information section on the back of this pamphlet.


*Caution: The information in these publications is based on the laws, regulations, policies, etc., in effect at the time they were published.

   
 
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