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retirement pension

a pension given to a person who has retired from regular employment, whether paid by the state, arising from the person's former employment, or the product of investment in a personal or stakeholder pension scheme
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In its modified offer of 5 November Lufthansa offered to compensate any employee ceasing gainful employment before reaching the statutory retirement age for the corresponding reduction in their state retirement pension a pension provision unparalleled at any other company.
The government will ease excessive asset management regulations concerning retirement pensions in order to balance stability and profits, and introduce a fund-type retirement pension system in order to guarantee pension benefits.
Abu Dhabi Retirement Pensions & Benefits Funds will provide ADIB with accurate data of seniors to shorten the time needed for reaching this segment of the population with the required services.
He added in a statement to the press that a number of bills that were put forward by the members of parliament do not "live up to or push up the retirement pensions of a big group of pensioners.
He noted that in Estonia, retirement pensions have doubled during the past five years.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that retirement pensions would be increased by at least 4.
They include laws pertaining to family, establishment of an alimony fund, diplomatic and consular sectors, salaries of the prime minister, his deputies, the ministers and employees in their rank, establishment of a fund for retirement pensions, pensions of MPs and municipal councillors, approval of IAEA bylaw, social insurance and the annual BD3 increase of retirees' pensions.
Summary: The retirement pensions of top company directors have increased by more than 23% since last year are now "nothing short of scandalous".
THE retirement pensions of top company directors have increased by more than 23% to almost pounds 250,000 a year and are now "nothing short of scandalous", according to a new report today.
THE retirement pensions of top company directors have increased by more than 23% in 12 months to almost pounds 250,000 a year and are now "nothing short of scandalous", according to a new report.
Summary: The ruling on the increase of retirement pensions will be "signed on August, retroactive to May 2009," announced Sunday Tayeb Louh, Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Security while on a working visit to Mila province (400-km east of Algiers).
I know a small portion is for retirement pensions but sadly a very small amount.

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