Early-Retirement Benefits

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Early-Retirement Benefits

The benefits from a pension or government program one receives after early retirement. Most pensions and government programs pay benefits based on how much an individual contributes to the system during his/her working life. That is, people who work longer (and/or earn more) contribute more than those who do not. As a result, early-retirement benefits are usually less than benefits for those who retire at full age.
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He also points out that in May 1981, Reagan tried to do too much too soon by proposing a 31-percent cut in Social Security's early retirement benefit, which would have taken effect in January 1982.
Forty employees - both union and nonunion - have applied for an EWEB-offered early retirement benefit, utility spokesman Joe Harwood said.
A voluntary early retirement incentive plan is a plan under which payments are made in coordination with a defined benefit pension plan as an early retirement benefit.
Under the changes to Social Security law, anyone who applies for an early retirement benefit or a spousal benefit is "deemed" to have applied for any and all available benefits.
For workers born 1955 and later, the early retirement benefit will be less than 75%.
The value placed on lifestyle quality, the sense of place and a sense of purpose is far greater than can be quantified by an early retirement benefit.
As a result the company argues the former employees do not qualify to receive early retirement benefit which has more enhanced benefits than a simple cash withdrawal benefit.
Eliminate provisions that allow an employee with a minimum of 20 years' service to receive an early retirement benefit of one-third of the average of their highest three earning years, if they are fired for no fault of their own.
4) In certain cases, eligibility for early retirement benefit incentives.
If the subsidized benefits are not treated as a subsidized early retirement benefit, should the subsidized benefits be treated as a part of the participant's accrued benefit, or is there some other characterization of the subsidized benefits?
In addition, if at the time of the conversion, any of your participants have met the age, years of service, and other requirements for an early retirement benefit or a retirement subsidy, then the value of these benefits must be recognized in calculating the participant's benefits under the plan.
Regardless of which benefit is chosen, the surviving spouse will be dependent on that single benefit payment, already reduced for the early retirement benefit election, for the rest of his or her life.
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