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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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Finance and Expenditure Committee (2002) 2001/02 Financial Review Of The Government Superannuation Fund Authority, report of the Finance and Expenditure Committee, Wellington.
He said that revelations by the banking royal commission showed that many of the superannuation trustees for big banks were not working in the best interests of members in the funds.
Muzaffar Ali Khokhar, Treasury Officer (BS-18), waiting for posting is posted as Additional District Accounts Officer-II (BS-18), District Accounts Office, Kashmore @ Kandhkot, against an existing vacancyShafi Muhammad Shah Treasury Officer-II, treasury office, Karachi shall stand retired from Government Service with effect from 31.12.2018 on attaining the age of superannuation i.e (60 years).
Three officers of grade-21, including Akhtar Hassan Khan Gorchani, Officer on Special Duty (OSD) will retire from the service on 31-07-2018, Altaf Hussain, OSD on 02-03-2018 and Syed Akhtar Ali Shah presently posted under the government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will retire on 28-05-2018 on attaining age of Superannuation.
A(r) Aizaz- ur- Rehman, Mohammad Ejaz, Atta Mohammad Khan, Fazlullah Pechuho and only one officer of BS-18 Munir A Khan will also retire this year after attaining the age of superannuation.
The government bills are designed to reduce the representation of workers on superannuation boards, make it harder for workers to bargain for industry funds, politicise the independent regulator and give it powers over industry funds that the big banks aren't subjected to.
TCorp is the financial markets arm of the public sector in New South Wales, Australia, and Sunsuper is one of Australia's largest and fastest-growing superannuation funds.
The New Zealand Superannuation Fund invests money, on behalf of the New Zealand Government, to help pay for the increased cost of universal superannuation entitlements in the future.
"Australia has a major sovereign fund called the Future Fund and it also has superannuation funds that have estimated assets of over USD 2 trillion.
Since 1992 employers have been required to pay a proportion of an employee's salary into a superannuation fund.