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to remove from active service

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a regular payment to a person that is intended to allow them to subsist without working

grant a pension to

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Fifty percent of their retirement pay will just go to the expenses of going here)," the commissioner added.
Until the 9-11 attacks, veterans were barred from receiving military retirement pay and Veterans Affairs' disability benefits.
As a four-star general, Ward would have commanded $236,650 annually in retirement pay.
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It is clear that Rick Perry broke both of these rules in his highly unusual decision to game the system and double dip retirement pay and his governor's salary.
To address the gender retirement pay gap, unions are also campaigning for women to be paid superannuation while they are on parental leave.
Workers say that they received LE 105,000 while the contract states that the early retirement pay is LE 150,000 and accused Abdel Ghaffar and Bassiouny of stealing this difference.
Part of his decision results from the way the state structures annual retirement pay for its judges, he said.
That's 30 times more than the retirement pay for the average worker.
28, 2008, Guard and Reserve Airmen have been able to reduce the age they receive retirement pay by three months for each aggregate 90-day period of qualifying active duty served in any fiscal year, but they cannot receive retired pay before age 50.
The QDRO defined net disposable military retirement pay as gross retirement pay less a variety of deductions, including withholding for income taxes.
1) Former Royal Bank of Scotland boss Sir Fred Goodwin after he rejected pleas to give up some of his retirement pay voluntarily.
Pressure was today mounting on the Government to take action over the controversial pounds 693,000-a-year pension of ousted Royal Bank of Scotland boss Sir Fred Goodwin, after he rejected ministers' pleas to give up some of his retirement pay voluntarily.
Herein, the terms "military retirement benefits" and "military retired pay" are used interchangeably and include both military retirement pay and other benefits.
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