Military retiree and annuitant payday is always on the first business day of the month. If the first of the month is a Saturday, Sunday or a holiday, payday will always occur the previous business day. The below list of paydays for can help you plan your bill paying.
Retiree Pay Dates for 2021
Survivor/Annuitant Pay Dates for 2021
|Month||Direct Deposit Date||Month||Direct Deposit Date|
|January||Feb. 1||January||Feb. 1|
|February||Mar. 1||February||Mar. 1|
|March||Apr. 1||March||Apr. 1|
|April||Apr. 30||April||May 3|
|May||June 1||May||June 1|
|June||July 1||June||July 1|
|July||July 30||July||Aug. 2|
|August||Sep. 1||August||Sep. 1|
|September||Oct. 1||September||Oct. 1|
|October||Nov. 1||October||Nov. 1|
|November||Dec. 1||November||Dec. 1|
|December||Dec. 30||December||Jan. 3, 2022|
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