pension account

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The amount is significant as pensioners generally accumulate money in their pension accounts and also get arrears upon implementation of the pay commissions with retrospective effect.
Pension accounts are seen by the government as a means of dealing with what is a very serious pension 'time bomb'.
The government's pension account is likely to have effectively suffered a deficit in fiscal 2001 and fiscal 2002 and the trend will continue in fiscal 2003, a health ministry official said Saturday.
Before Greenley accepted the package, the employer advised that the pension account was $439,291.
A separate provision is designed to encourage small businesses to offer employees a pension account.
If a pension account can't cover that benefit, the difference is made up out of general revenue.
Because contributions to a 401(h) pension account are limited to one-fourth of a company's pension plan contributions, and because Fuller's contributions to its well-funded pension plan are marginal, a 401(h) approach would be inadequate to cover our future post-retirement medical costs.
Under the scheme, every subscriber will have an individual pension account, which will be portable across job changes.
Now comes the caveat: Tier - II will be available only to those who have subscribed to Tier- I, the original pension account.
The team leader, who worked for Standard Life for 20 years, closed a pension account belonging to someone with the same name and transferred the funds to his own account.
Magistrates at Llandudno were told his father died in 1990 but that White had continued to draw on his pension account.
Since the decedent would have recognized the pension account proceeds as taxable income, so must the beneficiary; however, in the case of a private foundation, no regular income tax is payable.
Market based returns and wide coverage based on several investment options in the pension sector will build up the confidence in the subscribers, whereas withdrawals for limited purposes from Tier-I pension account will be an incentive for them to join NPS.
Under the scheme, the Exchequer will pay a EUR1 bonus for every EUR3 transferred into a pension account of SSIA holders who are taxed at 20 per cent up to EUR2,500.
The first four columns in exhibit 1, page 87, show what happens to the pension account of an employee who opts for a nonqualified plan rather than the company's 401(k) plan.