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Homework Help: Law

Posted by Bryan on Sunday, November 20, 2011 at 12:18pm.

A retirement plan based on age in which an employer offers $10,000 as a base early retirement incentive for 55-year-olds, $8,000 for 56-year-olds, and so on, and nothing to persons age 60 or older. Does such a plan amount to illegal age discrimination?

My Response: No, its not in violation to any Law because its a offer and not a requirement

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