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My state retirement system has a Rule of 80 under which I may retire with full benefits when my age plus years of service total 80.

A quick altavista search on "Rule of 65" showed several hits where this definition of "Rule of 65" is used to determine when certain benefits become vested or which employees are eligible for something.

For example, I found one case where the union was trying to negotiate for vested retiree health benefits and the "Rule of 65" was being considered as the threshhold...

JDOyster

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