Normal Retirement Age definition

Normal Retirement Age means the Executive's 65th birthday.
Normal Retirement Age means age 65.
Normal Retirement Age means the Executive attaining age sixty-five (65).

Examples of Normal Retirement Age in a sentence

  • The Normal Retirement Age you select cannot be earlier than age 40 or later than 70 ½.

  • The benefit is paid until the employee reaches Social Security Normal Retirement Age or for a maximum benefit period, as stated by the LTD insurance carrier.

  • Under certain circumstances, additional amounts above the limit may be deferred into the Plan if (1) I will attain age 50 or older during the current calendar year, or (2) I am within three years of Normal Retirement Age and did not defer the maximum amount in prior years.

  • The Special § 457(b) Catch-up option is available only during the three-year period before, but not including, the year in which you will attain Normal Retirement Age.

  • Effective September 1, 2001, Teachers who meet the requirements of Article VII, Section 1, subsections A, B, C, and D shall be permitted to participate in group life insurance as specified in Article V, Section 2, of this Agreement until the Teacher reaches Social Security Normal Retirement Age.


More Definitions of Normal Retirement Age

Normal Retirement Age means the Director’s 70th birthday.
Normal Retirement Age means age sixty-five (65).
Normal Retirement Age of a Participant means the age designated in the Adoption Agreement.
Normal Retirement Age means age 62.
Normal Retirement Age means the date the Participant attains age 65.
Normal Retirement Age means the Participant’s 65th birthday.
Normal Retirement Age means the date the Executive attains age sixty-five (65).