can someone send me the crsc calculator? [email protected]I have a CRSC Calculator that will help you find out how much you are going to get and it is Accurate to the nearest whole dollar amount.
Can I get a copy please [email protected]Ok so it wont let me post the Calculator but i can e-mail to whoever wants it, connect with me and i will send you the work sheet.
Hello,Can I please get an estimated number
All of the following is needed for an estimate:
- High three average $3042
- Precise number of active duty or active duty equivalent years and months. Example: 8 years and 1 months
- DoD Disability percentage Example: 60% DoD
- VA percentage; the amount; and number of dependents by category 80%; $2001; spouse and 3 children under 18
- Approved CRSC 60%
- Indicate if any of the following apply: have 20 good years for reserve retirement OR received REDUX Example: have 20 good years for reserve retirement.- NONE
Hello Justin,Can Ron or someone competent provide a CRSC estimate:
Thanks in advance, Justin
- 3433 from DFAS RAS
- 14 yearsr, 9 months, 13 days
- 70% DoD
- VA percentage; 100%; 3057; 0 dependents
- 90% approved CRSC
Hi Ron,Hello Justin,
A. 3433/0.70 = ~4904 high three
B. 3433 gross retired pay minus 3057 VA compensation = 376 residual retired pay
C. 14.75 AD years x 0.25 = 36.88% multiplier
D. 4904 x 0.3688 = ~1809 dollar amount of longevity portion of retirement pay
E. CRSC @ 90% = ~1833
F. 1809 is the ceiling for your CRSC
G. 1809 minus 376 residual retired pay amount = 1433 CRSC payable
H. Amount received from DFAS each month: 1433 + 376 = 1809
Reference: DoD 7000.14-R Financial Management Regulation Volume 7B, Chapter 63
“Members retired for disability under 10 U.S.C., Chapter 61, with less than 20 years of creditable service computed under 10 U.S.C. § 1208, and who are qualified for CRSC, on or after January 1, 2013, will have the maximum CRSC payment restrictions. The CRSC payment amount, which when combined with any remaining retired pay after VA offset, will not exceed the amount that is equal to 21⁄2 percent of the member’s years of creditable service multiplied by the member’s retired pay base under 10 U.S.C. § 1406(b)(1) or 10 U.S.C. § 1407, whichever is applicable to the member.”
Thanks. I have at least 1909 points based on a statement from March 29, 2016; I retired end of November 2016.JustinH,
I used the info you provided in the open forum, but a few minutes ago I revisited the private message you sent to me.
“2. Retirement orders state basic pay: 14 yr, 9month, 13days. per 4 combined DD214's = 3yr, 1m, 8d (federal active time aka title 10 orders); I don't know how to find my "points" easily but if required I will look.”
The reason for the DFAS-computed figure: The multiplier for the dollar amount of longevity portion of retirement pay is based on active duty or active duty equivalent time. Creditable service for basic pay is not used.
Example of a regular retirement computation (my own). I had 22.75 years active duty and due to another 2.0 years of inactive reserve time, my retired pay was based on:
22.75 years x 2.5% = 56.88%
24.75 years x 2.5% = 61.88%
Comment: I did not have any points to claim from the inactive service (or evidence from the 1960s).
Final pay was used at the time, so last base pay x 56.88 = Retired Pay in 1991
(Note: The last base pay factor was the “over 24 figure” if there was an increase at 24 years (e.g., E9 over 24)...I do not remember.)
If your active duty equivalent was 3-5 years (example), I can understand the difference in the computation.