840 CMR: PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ADMINISTRATION

840 CMR 11.00: SERVICE AFTER AGE 70

Section

11.01: Notice to Members
11.02: Deductions After Age 70; Election
11.03: Effect on Retirement Benefits

      840 CMR 11.00 is the standard rule for service after age 70 promulgated by the Public Employee
Retirement Administration Commission pursuant to M.G.L. c. 7, § 50. Except as otherwise provided
by the Commission, by supplementary rules of a particular retirement board approved by the
Commission pursuant to 840 CMR 14.02, or by statute, 840 CMR 11.00 shall govern the procedures
of all retirement boards relating to service after age 70.

11.01: Notice to Members

      Not more than 180 nor less than 120 days before the last day of the month in which a member in
service attains the age of 70, the retirement board shall estimate the member's option (a), (b) and, if
sufficient information is available, (c) retirement benefits as of age 70 and shall notify the member of the
estimate and procedures for continuing in service after age 70. The board shall also supply the member
with the appropriate form on which to choose whether to continue to have deductions made from
regular compensation until the date of retirement as prescribed by 840 CMR 11.02.

9/29/00

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