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- 2.money that someone regularly receives after they have stopped working because of their age, paid either by their company or by the government; relating to a pension
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Such a fate raises the question of what will happen to the industry's huge unfunded pension liabilities.
She said the sole parent pension was a ''reasonable payment, at least compared to the US''.
The national pension and health plans seem to be insolvent in the long run.
But some of the pension funds and investment companies that hold big stakes in Vale will not like this at all.
And many are wondering, how much will go into the old-age pension system.
Some years ago he created a pension plan for the self-employed, known as a SEP-IRA, for his band members, and began to pay into it.
In return for 40 years of contributions, it has agreed among other things to increase pay grades on which pension benefits are calculated.
The woman's pension, meanwhile, continued to be paid, alongside special cash benefits reserved for centenarians.
American public-sector pension funds still discount their liabilities by an assumed rate of return, often 8% a year.
Delphi did not release details, but said the deals include issues of work force transition and legacy pension items.
'By 2030, the gap for the pension fund will be very huge due to an aging population, ' he said.
So the city chose bankruptcy in the hope that it might be able to restructure some of those pension promises.
We've got to limit it. It's not a pension plan for people who used to be in Doctor Who.
A pension is often commutable into a lumpsum.
After police were called, she said she was widowed 10 years ago and the pension left by her engineer husband was no longer sufficient.
She was pregnant with the child of a KGB officer and now lives on a BND pension in southern Germany.
In the case of pension arrangements, this could take the form of an earmarking order or pension sharing order against retirement benefits.
The privately-owned company doubles Allen' s salary, but does not provide him with a pension fund, medical insurance, or an apartment.
One might have assumed she would be lured to the big corporations by the prospect of job security, a pension and team away days.
"Difficult time, " he said, "the pension's not much, and every bit counts. "