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Old 12-10-2013, 07:27 PM
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I'm fixing to turn in my 30 years with a city government. for years we have been able to retire and keep working. know there telling me I can retire but the IRS says if I do I must leave my Job And find work else where. They called it double dipping. I'm only 53 to young to retire. but to old to start over. My Question is. Is this really a IRS rule or is the city just trying to run over me ? Any help.

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