108 employees reported this benefit
Social Security Administration provides a pension plan.
This information about the Pension Plan benefit at Social Security Administration is the result of research by Glassdoor editorial staff, and was not provided directly by a representative of Social Security Administration. The description here may not reflect the current Social Security Administration Pension Plan benefit.
1.1 percent after age 62.
Based on your high 3 years and years of service. good to have
It is just so so. Works out to be about 1% of average high three salaries for every year of service. So hypothetically if you are paid 100K a year and work there 40 years, the annual pension would be about $40,000.
they have a lot of options as far as pensions plans are concerned. the website they have helps.
It all depends on what Congress does!
FERS and CSRS depending on the year you started federal service.
The current TSP plan isn't as good as the old plan (80% of your salary for your highest 3 years of employment until you die), but it's still good.