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6. I have already participated in Labor Insurance for 18 years and I am 56 years of age but I am still working, Could I claim one-time old-age benefits now?

No. One-time old-age benefits claimer should meet age, insurance coverage seniority and resignment criteria at the same time. If you continue to work and have no resigned from the job, even the age and insurance coverage seniority has met the criteria; you still cannot claim the one-time old-age benefits.

Last Update:2019-10-17
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