DFAS Expands Automated Services for Retirees and Annuitants

November 2004
Officer;Nov2004, Vol. 81 Issue 9, p4
Reports that since September 1, 2004, military retirees and annuitants in the United States have been able to obtain specific account information through the Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) of the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS). Information on correspondence address, allotments, Certificate of Eligibility or Report of Existence, deductions, gross and net pay, Survivor Benefit Plan coverage, and taxes.


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