Civil Service generally takes money from your pay to help pay for the pension benefits that you get. This is normal.
I think the issue is that you understand the WEP process but you don't like it. I could explain why the WEP was originally put into law---and it was done for a fair reason---but that still would not make you happy.
I understand you worked for one and paid for the other. Social security is not earned in a flatline fashion though. For people who don't earn much money in their lifetime, social security is heavily weighted on the first $350,00 of income earned in a lifetime so as to provide people with no other pension a livable social security income. These low income people are literally given a subsidy through the way social security is calculated. Congress determined that people with other pensi0ons earned when social security taxes were not paid did not need, nor deserve this subsidy. I understand you don't like it. I'm not fond of it either. But the law is what it is, and being unhappy about it will accomplish nothing.
I don't know what to tell you. I answered your question So is there and way to keep the money I earned. No there is not. There is no way to avoid the effect of the WEP unless you actually work for at least 30 years paying into social security. Doing that earns your way out of the WEP---nothing else does.
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