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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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'We expect support to the legislative initiatives that are aimed at strengthening defense-related systems such as the proposed National Defense Act and Uniformed Separation (and) Retirement Pension Bill and (the) revival of mandatory ROTC (for) Grades 11 and 12.
She said the bill on retirement pension scheme is in the second reading.
Earlier, the minimum amount of the retirement pensions was 116 manats.
"We would move to a situation where, like the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, we would develop a supplementary pension model which would allow people to save, over and above the State retirement pension, and I think there is some scope for reform there."
Korea has a number of systems in place to guarantee that the elderly have a source of income: The National Pension Plan was introduced in 1988, personal pension plans were introduced in 1994, and retirement pension plans were introduced in 2004.
If you have a job that's wearing you out, perhaps you'd like to stop your paid labor and receive a state old-age pension and your retirement pension. Maybe you'd like to start a business or develop your musical talent.
Abdullah bin Mohammed Al-Abduljabbar, Director General of Insurance Information and GOSI Official Spokesman, said in a statement "The Annuities Branch of the Social Insurance Scheme provides many benefits, including old-age pension, early retirement pension, non-occupational disability pension, death pension and lump sum compensation.
This is what Frank Field MP (Labour) advocates, however Mr Field goes further when advocating the means testingof the state retirement pension. For example a couple who receive PS650 occupational pension and PS550 state retirement pension per month without the means test may lose some or all of the PS650 with the means test.
While many dream of retiring early, they may not realize the implications if they choose to take their CPP retirement pension before turning 65.
As for the state retirement pension, the following as I understand it gives three options as to the likely increase as from 2011.
Pensioners will be aware that the state retirement pension increased by pounds 2.40 per week as from the middle of this month, with no increase where the graduated retirement pension was involved.
For working people, with only little or no access to a company pension, the state retirement pension is a wholly inadequate income.

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