Working After Retirement for Employers Not Covered by PEERS
If you work after service retirement for any employer that does not participate in PEERS, this employment has no effect on your PEERS benefits, regardless of the number of hours worked.
If you are self-employed as an independent contractor or consultant after retirement, this also has no effect on your benefits, as long as you meet the requirements defined by the IRS.
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