Paid Up SBP at Age 67

FRA works to change the minimum age for paid-up Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) coverage from age 70 to age 67.  This would allow those who joined the military at age 17, 18 or 19 and served for 20 years to pay premiums for a maximum of 30 years.



Related Files
FRA Letter to Sens. Levin and McCain 10/17/2007 (Microsoft Word Document)
FRA Letter to Reps. Skelton and Hunter 10/17/2007 (Microsoft Word Document)
FRA Letter to Rep. Ortiz 4/18/2007 (Microsoft Word Document)
FRA Letter to Sen. Nelson 3/26/2007 (Microsoft Word Document)
FRA letter to Sens. Warner and Levin 8/10/2006 (Microsoft Word Document)
SBP Point Paper for Hill Visits (Microsoft Word Document)
FRA Letter to Sens. Warner and Levin 12/6/2005 (Microsoft Word Document)
FRA Letter to Reps. Hunter and Skelton 12/6/2005 (Microsoft Word Document)
FRA Letter to Chairman Pilling, Defense Advisory Commission on Military Compensation 7/11/2005
FRA Letter to Rep. Saxton 3/2/2005
FRA Letter to Rep. McHugh 4/16/2004
FRA Letter to Sen. Corzine 3/24/2004
FRA Letter to Sen. Corzine 3/4/2004
FRA Letter to Members of the House and Senate Budget Committees 1/30/2004
FRA Letter to Rep. Miller 1/29/2004
FRA Letter to Sen. Landrieu 1/29/2004
FRA Letter to Rep. Miller 2/25/2003
Point Paper: Survivor Benefit Plan- Need for Change

Related Links
Legislative Testimony