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GETTING STARTEDLearn the basics about your civilian pay. Basic and premium pay, your entitlements, pay increases and your leave and earnings statement are defined.
For Civilian Pay questions, please contact your Customer Service Representative (CSR). Contact your immediate supervisor for more details.
MILITARY SERVICE DEPOSITSWant your time in the military to count toward your civilian retirement service requirement? Learn how to request and submit your Estimated Earnings during military service to get started.
If you're thinking about applying your military time towards your civilian retirement, use the new Military Service Earnings/Buy-Back Estimator to help you make your decision.
The tool will give you ESTIMATES for both your military earnings and the associated cost to apply that service time towards your federal civilian retirement. While this tool only offers unofficial estimates, it can help you decide whether or not you want to start the formal military buy back process.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has developed myRA (my Retirement Account), a retirement savings account with a new type of Roth IRA* investment that makes saving for retirement simple, safe, and affordable. myRA is a good option for people without access to employer-sponsored retirement savings plans.
Learn more by viewing the myRA fact sheet
SAVINGS BONDSTransition to TreasuryDirect.gov for savings bond purchases! DFAS has stopped all current U.S. Savings Bond deductions processed for military personnel, military retirees and federal civilian employees. This follows the U.S. Treasury's conversion to electronic transactions via TreasuryDirect.gov. For details, review the press release.
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Page updated November 24, 2017