TDRL Pay Calculation Help

PEBnewby

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Hello all,

I am in need of help figuring out what my pay will be once separated. 11 year E-6, high-36 is $2,974.56. I was rated 60% DoD and 90% VA.

 

RonG

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Hello all,

I am in need of help figuring out what my pay will be once separated. 11 year E-6, high-36 is $2,974.56. I was rated 60% DoD and 90% VA.

Hello,

1. 11 active duty years x 2.5% = 27.5% longevity multiplier
2. $2,974.56 x 0.275 = 818 dollar amount of longevity portion of retired pay
3. $2,974.56 x 60% DoD = 1784.74 DoD retired pay
4. VA comp @ 90% vet alone = $1,833.62 (dependents not mentioned)
5. Retired pay is reduced by $1,833.62 VA = zero retired pay

Entitlement each month: $1,833.62 VA compensation

If you are interested in CRSC, see CRSC LINK <---

The maximum CRSC would be = 818 dollar amount of longevity portion of retired pay

Ron

See posts 4-5 for new info and results.
 

RonG

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PEBnewby,

See post above for details on:
Entitlement each month: $1,833.62 VA compensation

If you are interested in CRSC, see CRSC LINK <---

The maximum CRSC would be = 818 dollar amount of longevity portion of retired pay
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RE: Your unanswered question...

From June: "If you are medically retired do you still have to wait the 180 day period before you can obtain federal employment? I know that a waiver is possible, I am just curious if medical retirement is treated like 20+ year retirement in this case. "

The restriction applies only to DoD employment. There is a lengthy thread iin this forum on whether it applied to CH 61 retirees (for DoD). My opinion is that it does. If you find out otherwise...let us know.

The thread: LINK<----

Ron
[I added this to the conversation since it was an unanswered question.]
 

PEBnewby

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Thanks! So if the VA payment is higher, that's what I'll get? I have a spouse and 3 children which I believe is in the neighborhood of $3,250 or so.

Hello,

1. 11 active duty years x 2.5% = 27.5% longevity multiplier
2. $2,974.56 x 0.275 = 818 dollar amount of longevity portion of retired pay
3. $2,974.56 x 60% DoD = 1784.74 DoD retired pay
4. VA comp @ 90% vet alone = $1,833.62 (dependents not mentioned)
5. Retired pay is reduced by $1,833.62 VA = zero retired pay

Entitlement each month: $1,833.62 VA compensation

If you are interested in CRSC, see CRSC LINK <---

The maximum CRSC would be = 818 dollar amount of longevity portion of retired pay

Ron
 

RonG

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Thanks! So if the VA payment is higher, that's what I'll get? I have a spouse and 3 children which I believe is in the neighborhood of $3,250 or so.
You showed 90% VA.

90% VA, spouse and 3 children under 18 =
$2,098.62 + ( 2x $76.00 ) = 2250.62

2250.62 is the VA amount then. See VA compensation charts at LINK <----

Ron
 
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