Browse a library of over 150 benefits available to you and your family. New to the Army? Getting married? Find the benefits that apply.
Log in to calculate an estimate of your retirement pay for any of the four retirement systems -- Blended, High 3, Final Pay or REDUX.
Estimate your survivor benefit annuity stream to help plan your family's financial future. Use the "what if" feature to see how life events change the income stream.
Deployment changes your income. New allowances are added and others taken out while you are deployed. See how your income will change.
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Special information is provided for severely injured Soldiers and their families in the Wounded, Ill and Injured section of the site and for surviving family members of fallen Soldiers in the Casualty and Survivor Assistance section. If you have questions or comments please contact us.
Thrift Savings Plan-Maximizing Your Retirement Savings
If you opted into the Blended Retirement System (BRS) in 2018 or invest in the Thrift Saving Plan (TSP) are you maximizing your investment? The TSP website (www.tsp.gov) provides planning tools covering topics such as Ways to Save, Maximize Your Retirement Savings, Tax Advantages, The Power of Compounding, and many more interactive tools.
BRS opt-in Eligibility
The opt-in period for Blended Retirement System (BRS) ended effective December 31, 2018 for most military members. There are some exceptions for the following members:
If you are a cadet attending service academy who joined on or before December 31, 2017, or are in the Reserve Officer Training Program with a signed contract on or before December 31, 2017, you’re also grandfathered under the legacy retirement system. However, if commissioning (or being placed on pay status) occurs after the 2018 opt in window, you will have 30 days upon commissioning to opt into the BRS. If you enter an academy or sign your service contract on or after January 1, 2018 your retirement plan is automatically under BRS.
Break in service - If you have break in service, rejoined after the 2018 calendar year opt-in window and still meets the less than 12 years of service criteria or have fewer than 4,320 retirement points, you will have 30 days to choose the BRS or remain in the legacy retirement system.
Individual Ready or Standby Reserve. If you are a BRS-eligible member of the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) or the Standby Reserve who entered paid status for the first time after 2018, you may receive a one-time BRS opt-in extension. Once in paid status, you have 30 days to opt into the BRS.
For more information see; BRS guide or please see your personnel or finance office for further information.
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Falls Church, VA, March 20, 2019 - TRICARE Prime is similar to a health maintenance organization, or HMO, plan. This means you get most of your care from an assigned or selected primary care manager (PCM). This PCM refers you to specialists for care that he or she can’t provide and works with your TRICARE regional contractor for referrals and authorizations.
Falls Church, VA, March 18, 2019 - Closing the chapter on a marriage can be a confusing time. If you’re going through a divorce, you may be wondering about your TRICARE benefits. Divorce, annulment, or dissolution of a marriage is a TRICARE Qualifying Life Event (QLE). This QLE allows you and family members to make changes to your TRICARE Prime or TRICARE Select health plan outside of TRICARE Open Season. To help you and your loved ones understand your TRICARE health care options after getting divorced, here are some things to know.