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I'm thinking about applying for IRS but just had few questions about their pension plan.

From the website, it says that you can retire after you put in 25 yrs of service or at 50 yrs old (assuming you put in at least 20 yrs of service). Anyone know how much annual benefit I can expect when I meet the service req and my salary was, lets say, $80,000? I read that your benefit depends on yrs of service and how much was your last annual salary. How about if I retire making $80,000 but only put in 10 yrs?

Also, do I get the annual benefit checks till I pass away?

Thx in advance
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