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5 USC § 8455 Recovery; Restoration of Earning Capacity (FERS)

5 U.S.C. § 8455. Recovery; Restoration Of Earning Capacity Title 5 – Part 3 – Chapter 84: Federal Employees’ Retirement System (a)(1) If an annuitant receiving a disability retirement annuity from the Fund recovers from the disability before becoming 60 years of age, payment of the annuity terminates on reemployment by the Government or 1 year after the date on which the Office determines that the annuitant has recovered, which ever is earlier. (2) If an annuitant receiving a disability annuity from the Fund, before becoming 60 years of age, is restored to an earning capacity fairly comparable to the

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FERS: §844.402 Restoration of Earning Capacity

§844.402 Restoration of Earning Capacity Title 5 – Part 844:  Federal Employees’ Retirement System (FERS) Disability Retirement: Subpart D – Termination and Reinstatement of Disability Annuity (a) Earning capacity determinations. If a disability annuitant is under age 60 on December 31 of any calendar year and his or her income from wages or self-employment or both during that calendar year equals at least 80 percent of the current rate of basic pay of the position occupied immediately before retirement, the annuitant’s earning capacity is considered to be restored. The disability annuity will terminate on the June 30 after the end

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CSRS: §831.1209 Termination Of Disability Annuity Because Of Restoration To Earning Capacity

§831.1209 Termination Of Disability Annuity Because Of Restoration To Earning Capacity Title 5 – Part 831 L: Disability Retirement (CSRS) (a) Restoration to earning capacity. If a disability annuitant is under age 60 on December 31 of any calendar year and his or her income from wages or self-employment or both during that calendar year equal at least 80 percent of the current rate of basic pay of the position occupied immediately before retirement, the annuitant’s earning capacity is considered to be restored. The disability annuity will terminate on the June 30 after the end of the calendar year in

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Federal Disability Retirement Laws: U.S. Code and Case Law Examples

Federal Disability Retirement Laws: U.S. Code and Case Law Examples This section summarizes a number of current US laws and statues that the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) uses to approve or deny your application for federal disability retirement benefits. The US laws and regulations that apply to the federal disability retirement process were enacted by Congress (US codes or statutes); adopted by OPM (administrative regulations); or are based on past judge-made laws or decisions (also known as non-statutory law). US Codes Applicable to Disability Retirement for Federal Employees: 5 U.S.C. § 8337 Disability Retirement (CSRS) 5 U.S.C. § 8451

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FERS: §844.403 Annuity Rights After a Disability Annuity Terminates

§844.403 Annuity Rights After a Disability Annuity Terminates Title 5 – Part 844:  Federal Employees’ Retirement System (FERS) Disability Retirement: Subpart D – Termination and Reinstatement of Disability Annuity (a) When a disability annuity is terminated because of recovery or restoration of earning capacity and the individual is not employed in the Government, the individual is entitled to an annuity: (1) Under 5 U.S.C. 8414(b) if the individual: (i) Is at least age 50 when the disability annuity ceases and had 20 or more years of service at the time of retiring for disability; or (ii) Has 25 or more

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CSRS: §831.1210 Annuity Rights After A Disability Annuity Terminates

§831.1210 Annuity Rights After A Disability Annuity Terminates Title 5 – Part 831 L: Disability Retirement (CSRS) (a) An individual is entitled to an immediate annuity when the disability annuity stops because of recovery or restoration to earning capacity if the individual is not reemployed in a position subject to civil service retirement coverage and- (1) Is at least age 50 when the disability annuity stops and had 20 or more years of service at the time of retirement for disability; or (2) Had 25 or more years of service at the time of retirement for disability regardless of age.

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