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Rating coach told my vso that I should get my regular monthly payment on June 1st (today) but it didn'thappen, only my retro was deposited. Does that mean I get both May and June on July 1st?

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My retro was always separate from my regular monthly check. Still you prolly should check on it Monday

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If you got your retro payment on the first your regular payment should have been included. They pay through the first of the month if the deadline for submission has not passed.

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Also if you call the 800# and wait for the promp to come up to check your payments, it'll tell you when, and how much your monthly comp was paid.

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I'm thinking you think you're entitled to more. Could your regular monthly pay have been included and you figured your retro wrong?? I figure your deposit for retro and May, 2012's check, paid 6/1/12, should be 16 months at whatever your rate is. Remember you get nothing for January, 2011 and actual payment for Feb, 2011, doesn't start until March 1, 2011. jmo

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Rating coach told my vso that I should get my regular monthly payment on June 1st (today) but it didn'thappen, only my retro was deposited. Does that mean I get both May and June on July 1st?

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It appears you're right on this Philip. According to award letter they calculated from Feb 2011 and then added cola beginning Dec.~~10 mo. x $ 1427=$14,270 ~~ 6 mo. x $ 1478=$ 8,868 Total $23,138

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Yup, that's what I figured, too. Sorry!

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It appears you're right on this Philip. According to award letter they calculated from Feb 2011 and then added cola beginning Dec.~~10 mo. x $ 1427=$14,270 ~~ 6 mo. x $ 1478=$ 8,868 Total $23,138

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