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Federal Retiree Benefits

  • Listed: January 13, 2019 6:40 pm
  • Expires: 998040 days, 20 hours


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Program Description

The Services Online (SOL) program offers federal retirees and survivor annuitants a place to learn more about retirement benefits and make changes to federal annuity payments.

The program provides on-demand access so you can:

  • Change your federal and state income tax withholding
  • Change your mailing address
  • Change your Password
  • Establish an allotment to an organization
  • Set up a checking or savings allotment
  • Sign up for direct deposit for your payment
  • Update your email address/opt-in to receive information electronically
  • View/Print annuity statement/verification of income
  • View/Print 1099-R Tax Forms
  • View/Print verification of life insurance (FEGLI)
  • View/Print status of your case while in interim pay

Services Online cannot be used to make any changes to your Federal dental or Federal vision insurance (FEDVIP) coverage. Please contact BENEFEDS or call 1-977-888-3337 for any changes and/or comments related to your FEDVIP coverage.

Program Requirements

Services Online may be used by Federal retirees and survivor annuitants.

Application Process

There is no application for this program. Just visit OPM’s Retirement Services page.

Contact Information

To learn more visit:


  • 1-888-767-6738
  • TTY 1-855-887-4957
Write to:
U.S. Office of Personnel Management
Retirement Operations Center
Post Office Box 45
Boyers, PA 16017


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