old-age pension

NOUN
  1. a monthly payment made to someone who is retired from work
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How To Use old-age pension In A Sentence

  • There are fireworks, of course, and wee boys have a licence to roam the streets letting off bangers up closes, down dunnies and underneath unsuspecting old-age pensioners.
  • Our old-age pension will be uprated next month.
  • It is very constant that the most basic motive force strong point regarded as sustainable development of the basic old-age pension system is endowment insured fund.
  • Under the new arrangements, the contributory old-age pension will rise to 167.30 per week.
  • We should stick to and improve the basic old-age pension and medical insurance systems for urban workers, combining socially pooled funds with personal contributions.
  • A study by MIT economist Esther Duflo finds similar results comparing South African grandmothers' and grandfathers' usage of their old-age pension funds.
  • This was the beginning of the contributory, non-means-tested half of the British social security system; in 1925 state insurance for contributory old-age pensions was added.
  • I have applied for the contributory old-age pension and I may be entitled to a part-pension from social welfare.
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