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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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Asking Australian superannuation funds industry leaders to invest in India, he emphasised that the growth path the country is moving on, it will stay on it.
You need to make the appropriate arrangements so that your eligible workers so that 9.5% of the ordinary time earnings of your eligible workers are paid into the superannuation fund of their choice.
While it is a small bank in the Australian context, Moody's views its niche position to be sustainable, as a bank owned by and supporting the strategies of some of Australia's largest industry superannuation funds" says Daniel Yu, an Analyst at Moody's Sydney office.
(2009), 'The Case for a Universal Default Superannuation Fund', Policy Brief No 3,The Australia Institute, downloaded 17 February 2012 from: www.tai.org.au.
(August 30, 2011) -- The New Zealand superannuation fund is defending itself against cluster bomb claims.
(6) The latter risk is illustrated by the fall in the value of superannuation fund balances arising from the sharp losses experienced by equity markets in mid-2007 (Patten 2007) (losses which were soon reversed following a robust market rebound) and the even sharper and more enduring losses experienced since January 2008 in the wake of the US sub-prime ('low-doc' in Australian parlance) mortgage market crisis.
Money is placed into a superannuation fund for you by your employer.
* A coalition of superannuation funds is collaborating through the BT Governance Advisory Service (GAS) to improve corporate environmental performance.
Ottakar's lease on the store expires at the end of June and the retail unit's owner, Unilever Superannuation Fund, is reportedly hoping to target high-fashion retailers and leisure operators to occupy the premises.
The former PM has penned a letter to delegates in Bournemouth on behalf of 400 retired Tory agents who rely on the party's superannuation fund to supplement their income.
Unison's call comes as it was revealed the West Midlands superannuation fund had a shortfall of pounds 1.3 billion.
The negative return was attributed to the collapse in the international equity markets in the June 2002 quarter (Government Superannuation Fund Authority Press Release 14 October 2002).