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Working Retirement and Justice Scalia

By Suzanne Wynn

Justice Scalia, on 60 Minutes this last Sunday, mentioned that his original plan when he was appointed to the Supreme Court had been to retire from the Court at age 65 because justices can retire from the Court at age 65 at 100% of annual compensation. Instead, he decided to stay on the Court and has continued to work past age 65. His comments reminded me of Section 905 of the Pension Protection Act. Section 905 is about distributions during working retirement. It is one of my favorite parts read more

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