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Old 12-10-2013, 08:38 PM
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Retirement Question

I am fixing to have my 30 years in with a local city. Public works Department.
I'm able to file for my full retirement. Now the city is telling me that If I retire I have got to find employment somewhere else. There telling me the IRS calls that Double Dipping. In the past we have people that draw there and still work there. Going on 45 years now. My Question is. Is this really a IRS rule or is the City trying to pull one over on me. Oh and Public Safety Employee's are exempt. From this rule. Wouldn't that be Discrimination?

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