Well, they just cut it. One cut of a thousand. For those not familiar with it, (And I don't receive it, but a lot of retired, disabled troops need and deserve it) here's a link; Concurrent Retirement and Disability Pay (CRDP) Overview - Military Benefits - Military.com
I just received this e-mail, and I'm pissed off. How nice that it's "less than a dollar"......
Deputy Director's Corner My name is Jeffrey Johnson, and I am proud to have served seven years of active duty in the United States Navy. I'm also honored to serve you as Deputy Director of DFAS Retired and Annuitant (R&A) Pay. Read more: Deputy Director's Corner
DFAS is on Facebook DFAS has expanded its online presence by joining its first social networking site: Facebook. Read more: DFAS is on Facebook
Did you notice a difference in your CRDP payment? Beginning with the June 1, 2010 paycheck, Concurrent Retirement Disability Pay (CRDP) is being rounded down to the nearest dollar amount, rather than paid to the exact penny. Read more: Did you notice a difference in your CRDP payment?
Separation payment recoupments resumed Aug. 1 Recoupment of military retirees' Voluntary Separation Incentive, Special Separation Benefit and other separation payments resumed August 2, 2010. Read more: Separation Payment Recoupments
U.S. Treasury changes savings bond program The Department of the Treasury has changed its policy concerning the issuance of paper savings bonds through payroll savings plans. After September 30, 2010, the U.S. Treasury will no longer issue paper savings bonds to federal employees through payroll deduction. In anticipation of this change, DFAS discontinued bond allotments on July 31, 2010. Read more: U.S. Treasury changes savings bond program
This isn't the entire e-mail, just the applicable portion. Maybe the IRS will accept their payments rounded down to the nearest dollar........