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Subject:  SOCIAL SECURITY Date:  10/20/1998  2:20 AM
Author:  GRAMMIE Number:  6108 of 103819

Your topic is timely for my question. Through past work, I meet social security's requirements (quarters worked) to eventually qualify for retirement. A few years ago, I began work with a local government who contributes to a PERS program rather than social security. My intent was to have two retirement checks from two different sources. Today a coworker said social security will deduct any PERS retirement $ I receive from the total amount of social security retirement $ I am due, and that this is true for ALL governments (Fed., state, or local) who do not participate in social security. Is this true?
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