Retired employee tuition benefit

September 2, 2022

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Q.¬†We have a vice president of our university¬†who retired in June. It was agreed-upon that this retired vice president would retain a post-retirement benefit that allows their spouse or dependant(s) to receive a tuition discount at our University. One of their dependants is enrolled as a graduate student at our University for the Fall semester beginning in August and is receiving a tuition discount. As this vice president is no longer a current employee, should our university report this as a…

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