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Unfortunately, 23 percent of all claims received are missing one or more records and 11 percent are not received during the first 30 days.
If you have this coverage, it will begin to reduce by 2 percent per month or $200, beginning the second month after your 65th birthday or your retirement date, whichever is later, until it reaches 25 percent of the face value or $2,500.
We will withhold premiums for Option A insurance from your annuity through the end of the month in which you are 65, unless you elect to cancel this coverage.
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OPM is currently working with agencies to improve timeliness and quality of personnel/payroll information submissions.
At that time, the annuitant may elect either Full Reduction or No Reduction for each separate multiple of Option C.
All annuitants who have Option C - Family insurance, and whose annuity commencing dates are April 24, 1999, or later, are eligible to make an Option C reduction election.We will withhold premiums for this coverage from your annuity through the month in which you reach age 65.If you elect to continue some or all of your Option B multiples with No Reduction, when you are 65 or at retirement, whichever is later, we will adjust the withholding for your Option B coverage to reflect the number of multiples you decided to retain at No Reduction.For example, a person with five multiples may elect No Reduction on two multiples, while the three remaining multiples reduce fully.If you elect Full Reduction, effective the first day of the second month after your 65th birthday or your retirement date, whichever is later, your Option B full-reduction multiples will reduce by 2 percent of the face value per month for 50 months, at which time this coverage will end.Incomplete or inaccurate information from agencies can significantly delay processing and ultimately, a retiree's check.