What does your plan say? Each district uses different plan terms, so it can be different in one part of Florida than in another. Hope this perspective helps!
I think that if you were/are represented by counsel, that is your source for determining what to do, that person has so much more knowledge of your circumstances than any other person in the world.
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This is really a question to be answered by your plan, and by local practice.
If your income stayed the same, and the taxes went up, you might even be eligible for a lower payment.