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Do payments made to a disabled former employee count as wages?
If you are a disability beneficiary, payments you receive from your employer after 1972 are not wages if:
You became entitled to disability insurance benefits before the year in which the payment is made; and
You did not work for your employer during the pay period in which the payment is made.
Last Revised: March, 2001
- Pension and Retirement Payments
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