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    have reached/ reach?

    Dear Teachers

    Is it grammatically correct to write the following sentence?
    If I were still employed, am I required to make mandatory contribution [after/when] I [have reached/reach] 65?

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    Anthony the learner

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    Re: have reached/ reach?

    Quote Originally Posted by patran View Post
    Dear Teachers

    Is it grammatically correct to write the following sentence?
    If I were still employed, am I required to make mandatory contribution [after/when] I [have reached/reach] 65?

    Cheers

    Anthony the learner

    If I am still employed when I reach 65, am I required to make mandatory contributions? It's better like that.
    There are other ways you could write it.

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