What is the difference between the Normal Retirement Age (NRA) and the Mandatory Age of Separation?

The Mandatory Age of Separation is the age at which you as a staff member must separate from the service of your employing organization. This age is determined by your employing organization.

The Normal Retirement Age (NRA) is the age at which you can retire without having your benefit reduced on account of age. The Fund has no say in and no objection to your staying in active service after having reached mandatory age of separation or NRA. You will simply accumulate additional Contributory Service. For more information on NRA, check out our comprehensive separation booklet.

Check the following presentation about:

Retirement Age (UNJSPF) vs. Mandatory Age of Separation (Member Organization)

 

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