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Rail Worker With More Than 30 Years Will Receive an Annuity at 60 Even If Fired
(Posted October 5, 2014)
Question 1180: I'm 55 and have more than 30 years of service. Will I receive a rail pension at 60 even if I'm fired?
Answer: Yes, you will receive an Annuity at 60.
One note of caution: if you leave the rail industry before age 60 and you have substantial earnings from non-rail work, you may lose your Current Connection.
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