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  • Being vested means you have been with them for the alloted amount of time to get your pension when you reach the age of, usually 65 or 66. That is, if you are working at a company that still gives pensions. I think that some companies also pay you when you are out sick after you have worked for them for however many years.
  • 8-4-2017 Definition of vested: 1) fully and unconditionally guaranteed as a legal right, benefit, or privilege - the vested benefits of the pension plan 2) having a vest - a vested suit ~ https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/vested ~ In a company, that usually means some money has been set aside for some purpose. "Invested" means money was put in, "divested" means money was taken out.

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