The Department of Defense Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) program was established by Congress in 1972 to give retiring Soldiers a way to provide a portion of their retired pay to their eligible survivors should they pass away. Choosing to participate in the SBP program extends a portion of the benefit of retired pay past the lifetime of the Retired Soldier to their eligible survivor(s).


SBP BASICS
DA SBP BRIEFING
RETIREMENT PLANNING GUIDE
RETIRED SOLDIER HANDBOOK
DOD ACTUARY SBP PAGE
SBP PREMIUM CALCULATOR
THE OFFICE OF FINANCIAL READINESS
SBP-DIC OFFSET
SBP-DIC OFFSET ELIMINATION
CHANGES TO THE SBP
SBP-DIC OFFSET NEWS
SBP-FAMILY PLANNING WHILE SERVING
SBP PLANNING WHILE SERVING FACT SHEET
SURVIVOR BENEFITS CALCULATOR
RESERVE COMPONENT SBP (RCSBP)
DA RCSBP BRIEFING
RCSBP FACT SHEET
INITIAL RCSBP ELECTION
MAINTAINING RCSBP ELECTIONS
RCSBP BASIC QUESTIONS
SBP PREMIUM CALCULATOR
SURVIVORS
SBP FACT SHEET - SURVIVOR OF RETIRED SOLDIER
SBP FACT SHEET - SURVIVOR OF A SOLDIER WITH A LINE OF DUTY DEATH
SURVIVOR BENEFITS CALCULATOR
SURVIVING SPOUSES PAGE
OFFICE OF FINANCIAL READINESS
CHANGES TO OPTIONAL CHILD ONLY