New law aids phased retirement

Lee, Karen
May 2000
Employee Benefit News;May2000, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p1
Deals with the impact of the decision of the United States Congress to repeal the Social Security earnings limit on the employee phased-retirement programs. Impact of the repeal on Social Security recipients; Reasons behind the move of companies to retain older employees; Interest of companies in implementing the phased-retirement program; Design approaches of phased-retirement programs.


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