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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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WE discussed the conundrum of pensioners last week.
THE STATE yesterday handed out another e1/490 million, this time in benefits for pensioners in the form of a one-off Easter bonus across the board and pension increases for those below the poverty line.
Every winter around 1,500 pensioners die in Wales as a result of fuel poverty.
This will make a massive difference to the bills our pensioners pay.
This would raise the pension by pounds 7 a week for a single pensioner and pounds 11 a week for a couple.
Under the Social Security provision, which Clinton also supports, pensioners - who now can earn $11,520 a year without losing benefits - would be allowed to earn up to $12,500 this year, rising in annual steps to $30,000 in 2002.
Among other programs GSIS presented to the member-pensioners were the scheduling of pension e-crediting; emergency aid for pensioners hit by calamities; funeral benefits increase from P20,000 to P30,000; and the No more appearance every birthdate in partnership with the Philippine Statistics Authority and the Philippine Postal Corportation.
Supreme Court of Pakistan has already ordered for the payment of double pension to the pensioners attaining the age of 75, dismissing the review petitions of punjab government even then the pensioners daily visit offices, appeal for their rights and return homes with empty hands.
OVER the last few weeks I have asked via the Letters page if someone from the Coalition could tell me just who the rich, wealthy, better-off pensioners are, as they and they alone will lose their universal benefits to pay for the care of the elderly.
The exercise will see all GIPF pensioners, spouses of pensioners and orphans, visit identification and verification centres at GIPF or Nampost offices countrywide to have their fingerprints taken through a system called fingerprint biometric identification system .
Resumption of pension shall be within two months from the date of the compliance of the pensioner.