Should I apply for CRSC?

not2us125

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Hello, I'm wondering if I should apply for CRSC. 70% DOD rating all conditions combat coded. I have not applied for CRSC.

RAS gross $4,665 / VA Waiver $3,545.67
RAS Tax Exempt V Code
AD Service: 6 years 1 months
RC Service: 15 years 11 months
DOD 70%
VA rating is 100% P&T
I receive $3,545.67 from VA and a separate check from DFAS for $816.03.
 

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RonG

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Hello, I'm wondering if I should apply for CRSC. 70% DOD rating all conditions combat coded. I have not applied for CRSC.

RAS gross $4,665 / VA Waiver $3,545.67
RAS Tax Exempt V Code
AD Service: 6 years 1 months
RC Service: 15 years 11 months
DOD 70%
VA rating is 100% P&T
I receive $3,545.67 from VA and a separate check from DFAS for $816.03.
Hello,

  1. Gross 4665/0.70 = 6664.28 high three
  2. 6.083 yrs x 2.5% = 15.21 multiplier
  3. 6664.28 x 15.21 = 1013.64 longevity portion of retired pay
  4. Residual retired pay after waiver, 816.03 net + 303.30 SBP = 1119.33
  5. longevity retired pay 1013.64 - 1119.33 residual retired pay = zero CRSC
Note: 6 years and one month was used for multiplier. If your total points divided by 360 is a different number, then that can be used as active duty equivalent. However, the manner the AS was presented suggests that is what the retirement orders state.

Years of Service for Retired Pay Percentage Multiple. YOS for retirement percentage multiple determines the years of service for computing the retired pay multiplier. This category of years of service includes all periods of active service (counted as one point for each day) plus all points earned through qualifying reserve duty, not exceeding annual limits, divided by 360. Reserve Retirement <---LINK

Ron
 
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