pension

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pension

(1) A regular payment plan intended to provide a person who retired from a job with a secure income for life.
(2) A monthly payment from a pension.
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A) executive, who left Warren Buffett's company amid an insider trading scandal, received a USD750,000 (EUR557,000) retirement pay in 2011 under the company's supplemental executive retirement plan (SERP), Reuters reported on Wednesday, quoting a regulatory filing.
Once I was sworn in it stopped my retirement pay, and all I could get was my legislative pay," he said.
After Walton's retirement in 1991, Mitchell began receiving payments from the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) for her share of Walton's retirement pay.
Constitution preempted a state court from dividing military retirement pay pursuant to state community property laws.
Of course, those millions include future dollars affected by inflation, but Sailors can rest assured that their retirement pay will maintain its real value over time.
The Tax Court recently ruled that a taxpayer's payments to an ex-spouse under the Uniform Services Former Spouse Protection Act (USFSPA) representing her share of his military retirement pay were deductible alimony payments.
Linda Johnson's monthly retirement pay was not affected by her 14 months of paid leave because she had frozen her retirement salary in 2003.
I would like to stay in for 20 years to get retirement pay.
The TSP is best described as a supplemental source of retirement income in addition to uniformed services retirement pay, Social Security retirement pay and any other nest egg developed over a lifetime.
BA crews are threatening to ground the airline if it goes ahead with plans to slash their retirement pay by up to 36 per cent.
Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil said on Thursday (15 December) that a Norwegian court of arbitration has upheld the claim by former Statoil chief executive Olav Fjell that he is entitled to early retirement pay from the company from the age of 60.
The program offers additional retirement pay to workers aged 45 or older who leave their jobs.

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