Recent content by RonG

  1. RonG

    Difference Between DoD and VA ratings?

    Addendum. Computation of retired pay. https://www.dfas.mil/retiredmilitary/plan/estimate.html <---see this LINK All of the retirement plans determine your monthly pay by multiplying your retired pay base by a service percentage: Retired Pay Base x Service Percent Multiplier = Gross...
  2. RonG

    Difference Between DoD and VA ratings?

    Hello, 1. Your average of the highest 36 months of pay will be multiplied by 30% (unless your longevity multiplier is higher) = DoD retired pay 2. Your retired pay is reduced by the amount of your VA compensation. More than 3000 in your case. Many CH 61 retirees end up with zero retired...
  3. RonG

    Combat Retired TDRL/PDRL Military - GS Job Advice

    Glad to help...take care. Ron
  4. RonG

    Combat Retired TDRL/PDRL Military - GS Job Advice

    Thanks Mike. Case. High three average base pay- $3146.30 DoD disability percentage- 50% Active duty years/months- 9 years, 5 months, 20 days VA compensation percentage- 100%, $3514.61, spouse and 1 child (age 2) Approved CRSC percentage- 50% High-3 Retirement Plan Estimate. 1. 3156.30 x 0.50...
  5. RonG

    Eligibility for MED Board?

    There will likely be others who contribute to this thread. I am not a medical retiree. With that stated... If a Soldier’s physician finds it apparent that a Soldier’s condition may permanently interfere with his/her ability to serve on active duty, the treating physician will recommend the...
  6. RonG

    Difference Between DoD and VA ratings?

    Here is a collection of CRSC information: A Supplement to CRSC Information <--- LINK One must be retired in order to qualify. The info at the referenced page explains in more detail. Ron
  7. RonG

    Combat Retired TDRL/PDRL Military - GS Job Advice

    Hello, The following info is needed. Accurate information necessary for CRSC estimate: —High three average base pay OR the gross retired pay on DFAS RAS (which is preferred) —DoD disability percentage —Active duty years and months OR active duty equivalent years and months for those with...
  8. RonG

    Help on pay clarification

    Yes...you have it nailed. I think I typed a 90 cent error somewhere in that byzantine computation. You would receive two payments from DFAS, one for residual retired pay and one for CRSC. The VA payment would be separate. Good luck, Ron
  9. RonG

    Help on pay clarification

    Ref: DoD 7000.14-R Financial Management Regulation Volume 7B, Chapter 63 * November 2019 LINK <---- 6308 CRSC AMOUNT The monthly amount of CRSC is equal to the full monthly amount prescribed in paragraph 630801, reduced as prescribed in paragraph 630805 and limited in accordance with paragraph...
  10. RonG

    Help on pay clarification

    Your VA compensation (paid by the VA)= 3770.05 (your figure might not have included one child which adds $86.05 ) So...$3,684.00 + 86.05 = 3770.05 (I think I hit the wrong key in typing it previously and showed the cents as 95.) In your case, the DFAS is never going to pay more than 6900 x...
  11. RonG

    Help on pay clarification

    DFAS explanation of waiver of retired pay, etc. See this LINK <--- Ron
  12. RonG

    Help on pay clarification

    Re: "In regards to the VA reduction, just looking for clarification on what that entails. I'm guessing the VA monthly comp minus the DoD monthly comp? " No, it is how I showed in the computation just posted. The amount of VA compensation reduces the amount of gross retired pay. Ron
  13. RonG

    Help on pay clarification

    Hello, Using your info: —monthly base pay = $6900 per month —DoD disability percentage = 90% —Active duty years and months = 11 yrs, 2 months —VA compensation percentage; 100%, 2 kids(under 18), 2 parents plus spouse —Approved CRSC percentage = approved at 80% —Other type military retirement...
  14. RonG

    Help on pay clarification

    What is your average high three base pay (total of highest 36 months of pay divided by 36)? What is the amount of your VA compensation? Offset? Your retired pay will be reduced by the amount of VA compensation received. CRSC replaces some or all of the "reduction" or waiver Ron
  15. RonG

    CRSC Amount Help

    Thank you for the update. Congrats... Ron
data-matched-content-ui-type="image_stacked" data-matched-content-rows-num="3" data-matched-content-columns-num="1" data-ad-format="autorelaxed">
Top