Railroad Retirement Benefits
Can I draw my city Pension and my husband's railroad spouse pension at the same time?
My husband gets railroad retirement benefits and I get retirement benefits from CalSTRS.
Currently I get only Tier II benefit from RRB.
Am I entitle to survivor benefits ?
I worked for a subsidiary of the Santa Fe Railroad for 6 years (79 to 85) in which I paid into railroad retirement. How can I determine if I am eligible for any railroad retirement?
I worked for the Illinois Central Railroad from 1976 to 1983 and have been in the private sector since then, paying into Social Secuirty. I am planning on starting Social Security benefits this October when I turn 70. Would I be able to claim any railroad retirement benefits?
My husband is drawing railroad retirement. I am 62 and will receive Teacher retirement at 65 or later. Can i review a spouse Railroad check now and not interfere with my TRS check when i decide to retire?
My expertise is limited to Social Security benefits, so I'm unable to answer your question. You'll probably want to check with a representative of the Railroad Retirement Board (https://www.rrb.gov/ContactUs).
i went on a railroad occupational disability in 2006 (after 29 years).i have a part time job making 9000 a year and i m having social security taking out. Could those social security credits be transferred to my railroad retirement disabilty pension? i was born in 1955
I was a railroad engr. for 30 years and paid into railroad retirement, I retired dec. 20, so far the retirement board has not given me any retirement, they have missed 2 payments and say they are working on it. I would like to talk to someone about my problem, do you have any ideas who I would talk to?
Hi, I am a retired Railroader with over 32 years of service, during my tenure there was times of furloughs and I would find work to bridge the gab, I have always held a part time job at the time of my retirement I kept on working and was asked to go full time which I did, now I find out that there is a clause called pre retirement non railroad employment and that deductions are taken regardless of age in other words as long as I stay where I'm at these deductions are for life. Who and why would someone pass such legislation? what difference does it matter where I'm employed?
Hello Larry, I am 66 year old woman, divorced from my hubby who worked for the RR. We were married 18 years. I'm not good at a paper work and trying to understand all this retirement stuff. I would like to know, am I able to collect SS and retirement benefits from the RR. I've been reading, Googled, searched..and I still don't know if I should bother filing for RR benefits. Will it or won't it help what I receive when I retire?