national superannuation


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national superannuation

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) NZ a means-related pension paid to elderly people
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Im delighted to be invited to speak at the National Superannuation Conference.
By doing this the Fund adds to Crown wealth, improves the ability of future Governments to pay for National Superannuation, and ultimately reduces the tax burden on future New Zealanders of the cost of superannuation.
None of the panellists supported raising the age of entitlement for national superannuation. Fox said the Maori Party would like the entitlement age to be lowered, particular for Maori who primarily did heavy labouring.
The chances are that the average Australian investor is also horribly exposed to local stocks through the seemingly unshakably good national superannuation pension scheme.
In 1973, the Labor Government under Prime Minister Gough Whitlam set up a Committee of Inquiry into the possibility of a national superannuation scheme as a 'free-of-means-test' retirement benefit scheme (Kewley 1973: 434; Borowski & Olsberg 2007: 193).
The reason he gives is that Australia is not encumbered with a national superannuation scheme of the pay-as-you-go, defined-benefits variety, in contrast to the bulk of countries in the OECD.
'The Federal Government's plan to introduce legislation later this year to lift national superannuation to 12% and cut taxes on super contributions will be two important steps towards giving women greater financial security in retirement.
like bowels, always referred to as 'movements'.) He was an important figure in the creation of post-1945 social policy, more especially his proposal for a 'national superannuation plan' to supplement the OAR The book also sets out to show how innovative Labour was in the 1950s and 1960s, long before Blair rose to power with 'new' Labour.
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