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What Happens If I Keep Working After I’ve Reached Age 65?

You may apply for and receive a pension at age 65 even if you are still working in covered employment at the time. Your employer will no longer make contributions to the Fund on your behalf, and you will stop earning additional pension credits. You may also choose to defer payments and receive an increased pension once you retire. In this case, your employer will continue to contribute to the Fund and you will continue to earn additional pension credits.

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