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Friday, August 10, 2012

The Social Security Administration Is Offering Early Retirements To 9,000 Employees

That's nearly 14 percent of its workforce. Federal Times reports anyone accepting the offer has until Sept. 30 to retire. It isn't a buyout offer. To qualify, an employee must be at least 50 years old and have 20 years of service. Civil Service Retirement System employees must have served at least two years in a CSRS position before being eligible. The agency didn't say how many employees it expects to take up the offer, or how many it wants to.


Anonymous said...

Too bad these crooked politicians have robbed SS, if they could offer everyone eligable to collect SS at 55 with the same amount estimated for age 62, I would take my cut and call it a day. That would create some jobs!

Anonymous said...

how are these retirees going to do anything less in retirement than they are doing now? Ever tried to get an answer to a question? About as bad as the IRS