Amending the Civil service retirement act to provide for the disposition of certain contributions: Hearing before the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, Eighty-sixth Congress, second session, on S. 2857 (see H.R. 10503) an act to amend the Civil service retirement act so as to provide for refunds of contributions in the case of annuitants whose length of service exceeds the amount necessary to provide the maximum annuity allowable under such act. June 2, 1960
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5-year average salary 6.5 percent 80 percent 80-percent limitation 80-percent maximum amend the Civil amount necessary amount of annuity amount of contribution annuitants whose length basic salary benefits and coverage bill Bureau of Retirement Chairman Civil Service Commission Civil Service Retirement civilian service COMMITTEE ON POST compounded annually cost creditable service date of retirement DAVIS December 31 deduction rate employee or Member exceeds the amount exceeds the individual Federal employees final salary increase individual credit inequity JACOB H JOHANSEN June 30 length of service liberalization long-service employee MAXIMUM ANNUITY ALLOWABLE Members of Congress months of service necessary to provide OFFICE AND CIVIL OLIVER Pennsylvania percentage ployee POST OFFICE prior to August produce the maximum provide for refunds provide the maximum reached the 80-percent reemployed refunds of contributions retirement fund retirement or death retirement system RUDDOCK service exceeds Service Retirement Act subcommittee survivor tion total number U.S. Civil Service vidual