Updating a postal retirement

The House of Representatives on October 5 adopted a budget resolution that imposed $32 billion in unspecified retirement cuts, a relatively lower but still unacceptable legislative response.

Continued advocacy by NAPS and other groups through the Federal-Postal Coalition ultimately caused the Senate to decline to go along with the House and refrain from imposing any mandatory spending cuts, including civil service retirement benefit reductions in the budget resolution adopted last week.

Help making a claim Telephone: 08 Textphone: 08 Welsh language: 08 Welsh language textphone: 08 Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm (except public holidays) Find out about call charges Technical help with the online service Telephone: 08 Textphone: 08 Welsh language: 08 Welsh language textphone: 08 Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm (except public holidays) Find out about call charges Find your local pension centre if you want to write to the Pension Service.

Contact the Department for Work and Pensions to complain about the Pension Service.

You can however choose to take your pre 1 April 2010 pension at age 60 without reduction and continue working and earning more career salary based benefits linked to service after 1 April 2010 and a normal retirement age of 65.

Last modified 14-Aug-2017 08:32