personal pension


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personal pension

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1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a private pension scheme in which an individual contributes part of his or her salary to a financial institution, which invests it so that a lump sum is available on retirement; this is then used to purchase an annuity
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a pension derived from such a scheme
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If you have a personal pension, or are a member of your employer's money purchase scheme then the calculation is straightforward.
"When you think over 10 million have a personal pension, claims will continue to rise."
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Ombudsman Maya Manolova submitted to the National Assembly legislative amendments which concern the conditions for receiving a survivor's and personal pension from children left without one or both parents.
People choose a personal pension provider to pay money into, which is usually invested in stocks and shares to try and grow the fund before retirement.
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QI AM receiving both employment and personal pension income.
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The study should describe the tax requirements applicable to personal pension products within all 28 Member States.
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Basically, these have made personal pension.s a lot more attractive for some final salary scheme members, especially for those where investment risk is less of an issue.

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