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Policy Brief: Tax Laws Discourage Phased Retirement for Employers with Traditional Pensions (PDF)
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July 25, 2006
2 pages. Excerpt: With people living longer, healthier lives, many boomers who approach retirement do not want to retire completely. Instead, they would like to reduce their work schedules and make up the income difference by receiving a reduced share of their retirement benefits, a process known as phased retirement. For employers with defined benefit plans, current tax rules prohibit this practice prior to the plan's normal retirement age.

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