old-age pension


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Noun1.old-age pension - a monthly payment made to someone who is retired from work
pension - a regular payment to a person that is intended to allow them to subsist without working
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old-age pension

[ˌəʊldeɪdʒˈpɛnʃn] npensione f di vecchiaia
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Further, the succeeding old-age pension will be released and e-credited to his account every eighth day of the month for as long as he is an active pensioner.
Statistics showed on Saturday that during the period the benefits disbursed to 248,740 beneficiaries under old-age pension head and amount was Rs11.
According to the official source, an amount of Rs 10,400 million has been disbursed among 231,638 beneficiaries under Old-Age Pension Scheme of EOBI.
Basic pension now cannot be less than the minimum old-age pension, approved by the presidential decree.
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.
The Fisher Government was not only able to finance the reduction in the qualifying age for women for the old-age pension (and the removal of the family home from the means test) but also to proclaim and bring into force that part of the Act covering invalid pensions.
Others do not have enough NI contributions to qualify for an old-age pension.
If it was not for my old-age pension, I would be below the breadline.
Depriving a worker of a severance allowance on the ground that he may draw old-age pension constitutes discrimination on grounds of age.
They demanded that they should get four leaves a month, that they should also be given old-age pension, and that the government should provide them with accommodation, as well.
SOCIAL Affairs Minister Mary Hanafin yesterday refused to ease senior citizens' fears over a possible cut to the old-age pension.
In Soviet Georgia the old-age pension system had been gradually developing as an integral part of the state welfare policy.