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    Retiree Account Statement

    Your Retiree Account Statement (RAS) is a two-page document issued by DFAS that summarizes your pay, benefits and deductions at a specific point in time. It is a description of what you can expect on the next pay date. Understanding your RAS is an important first step in managing your retirement pay.
     
    A monthly electronic Retiree Account Statement (eRAS) is available to all military retirees currently receiving retirement payments. The eRAS is only available on myPay, the official online account management system for military members and DoD employees. The statements will be available by the first of each month and you will be able to access up to 12 months of statements. Please register an email address in your myPay account, so we can send you an email reminder each month when your statement is available.

    In addition to the monthly eRAS, all retirees receive a RAS whenever you make a change to your account and an annual RAS each December.
     

    How to Get a RAS Copy

    The most convenient way to view, print and save your latest RAS is on myPaymyPay makes your RAS, as well as tax statements and other pay account information, available 24 hours a day.

    Getting to your RAS

    Need help logging in to myPay? Use one of the myPay login instruction links below:

    I’ve never used myPay

    I forgot my login ID

    I forgot my password

    If you cannot access myPay or you need a RAS that is no longer in your myPay account, send a detailed written request to:

    DFAS Retired Pay
    P.O. Box 7130
    London, KY 40742-7130

    Fax: 800-469-6559

    In your request, please include:
    • your name
    • Social Security Number
    • signature
    • the date

    Please specify exactly what information you need and the dates you need included in the statement.  (For example:  federal income tax withholding, Survivor Benefit Plan costs and allotments for June 2010 to September 2010).

    Retiree Account Statements from past years require extensive research. Please allow up to 60 days to process an extended audit of your account.

    Reading Your RAS

    Once you've obtained a copy of your RAS, it's important that you know what everything that's included on it means to you. Keep in mind that your statement may not contain information in every field - only those that apply to your pay at the time your RAS is issued.

    Understanding Your RAS, Page 1
    Understanding Your RAS, Page 2
    Page updated September 21, 2012