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WP: Elimination of Earnings Test above Normal Retirement Age -- Effect on Retirement Expectations (PDF)
Michigan Retirement Research Center, University of Michigan Link to more items from this source
Oct. 24, 2006

45 pages. Excerpt: Using panel data models and the seven available waves of the Health and Retirement Study, [the authors] look at the effect of the 2000 repeal of the earnings test above the normal retirement age on retirement expectations of workers aged 51 to 61 – their probabilities to work past age 62 and 65 as well as the age at which they expect to start claiming old age social security benefits.

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