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Who here as of January 1st 2018 will have less than 12 years of service okay so the new blended retirement is really directed at you anybody ever twelves you're gonna sorry grandfathered in but you should really educate yourself on it because you're gonna have beverage they're gonna work for you so you should need to make sure you can pass this information on so basically I'm gonna read it because I don't want to I want to make sure that it's very clear and for those that have not seen there was a message that came out yesterday addressing the new blender Retirement System just kind of giving everybody be a little bit of the information not all-encompassing because we're still working on how we're gonna push this out to the service but basically so everybody knows right each year as of right now and get two point five percent charge retirements when you hit twenty years you get 50 percent that's going to change to two percent so 20 years you get 40 percent okay so remember it's like all that kind of stuff right ten percent well the kick is that there's going to be a matching TSP contribution automatic 1% and then the government will match it up to 5% okay so that's that's something that's good so if you decide to leave the service in under 20 years that matching goes with you so it's not like you just lost that that contribution so that's a huge plus so we're hoping that that's going to be an accession tool that we can use we're hoping that that's gonna be something that will help out when members hit around 12 years that's still to be determined right now there's going to be an incentive peg basically like a bonus and it's gonna be a minimum of 2.5 percent of one month base pay that can raise a little bit but won't go lower for a reservist that'll be point five percent so that's a nice little bump know people really need to be cognizant of what they do with that money okay you can go buy that new car this is great or you can invest it so later on really if you're smart about what you do with these these bonuses you might actually wind up making out better than the current retirement system so just kind of keep those things in mind affect and that's pretty much the gist of it for those that hit back that have that twelve years you'll have one six for those that are under twelve years you'll have one year to decide what you want to do if you decide that you'd want to go with the new system that's it all sales final no returns that's that's pretty much it okay so really really think about it don't make a rash decision and kind of weigh your options in regards to retention we really don't

FAQ

As a Coast Guard member, how do you feel about working without pay during the government shutdown?
Not the first time, probably won’t be the last. You can be sure the USCG will continue to perform the duties assigned to it with the same level of dedication and professionalism
Does a coast guard that is stationed out of the country have to pay for his travel expenses when he has completed his services and is ready for his retirement?
NoNo one retires outside the USA.Upon retirement the US Government pays to relocate the member, his family, and his personal property back to the members home of record or anywhere closer.You are being scammed.
Ted Cruz GOES Off On Democrats For Not Paying Coast Guard During Shutdown, why is it the democrats fault?
Because to “Conservatives™” EVERYTHING is the fault of liberals or Democrats.That way NOTHING is ever the fault of “Conservatives™.”That way “Conservatives™” are ALWAYS the victims.And liberals can never hope to be as skillful at claiming victimhood as “Conservatives™” have been for going 50 years.
Is it necessary to be a graduate for filling out the admission form for the Indian Coast Guard?
Depends!If you wanna apply for officer cadre, You shall be a graduate and the eligibility is as per the advertisement published on the website.And for Navik entry, 12th pass is mandatory.However for domestic branch, the qualification is 10th pass as shown below.Goodluck!
How do I fill out the yearly percentage in the Indian Coast Guard AC application form when we have a CGPA?
Depends on wjich standard you are applying for10th = cgpax9.5Gradiation = cgpax multiplying factor.In some colleges it is 9.5,9,10 depends on colllege
How do I fill out the educational qualification section of the assistant commandant application form in coast guard (01/2019 batch)?
U should be Bachelor of science hieght166 wt 50 and pass ur exams
What's your view on Donald Trump's claim regarding Coast Guard pay during the Government shutdown that "Democrats left town and are not concerned about the safety and security of Americans?"
Until January 3, 2019, the Republicans hold both houses of congress and the presidency. If the Republican house wanted to keep the government open, they could easily have passed the extension that that senate passed on December 19, which the president could have signed. That only extends the deadline to February 8, so they can keep negotiating on the wall in the interim.Instead the president chose to shut down the government, apparently on the advice of Fox News pundits. (It seems we’ve reversed the model of state television which echos the ideas of the authoritarian power, here state TV is feeding the ideas to power.) The president requested the Republican house pass a budget with $5B of wall funding, which they did. The president stated publicly that the shutdown was his doing not the Democrats. The Republican senate went home without acting on this bill, which had no chance to get sixty votes in the senate.So this is a dispute between a Republican president and Republican Senate and a Republican House. If any Democrats are involved, they’re in the senate, where the sixty votes needed necessarily include a few Democrats. It’s clear Nancy Pelosi isn’t involved yet except as the boogeyman, presumably Hillary isn’t available.On January 3rd the now Democratic house will pass the exact same bill the Republican Senate passed. The Republican senate will be faced with the choice of consistency, passing the identical bill it passed the last session, or hypocrisy, not passing the identical bill. Given leader McConnell’s track record it could go either way.
Is it true that the Coast Guard will not receive any pay during the “Trump government shutdown” because they are funded through Homeland Security?
This is true. If a funding bill is not passed by December 28th the 42000ish active members of the Coast Guard, including me, will not receive their January 1st paycheck. In the past when this has happened future funding agreements have included provisions to cover back pay that has missed.One thing that gets lost in translation is that shutdowns like this and the almost constant continuing resoltutions prevent us from doing things well long term. Also when there is a shutdown it’s a lot more work because we gotta stop then start a bunch of things that are good long term but aren’t ‘essential.’ For example training flights for our inexperienced pilots and crew members…Update:12/31On 12/29 the Trump administration identified a method to legally ensure members of the Coast Guard recieve their 12/31 paycheck. If the shutdown lingers past 1/12 we will miss our mid-month check on 1/15. Other shutdown related issues continue.