listen to the pronunciation of superannuation
Englisch - Türkisch
emekli aylığı
emeklilik maaşı
Emeklilik ikramiyesi

He claimed his superannuation payout when he turned 65.

{i} emeklilik
{i} emekli maaşı
{i} emekli olma
superannuation fund
emekli sandığı
pension, superannuation, annuity
emeklilik, emeklilik, yıllık
Englisch - Englisch
The act of being superannuated
A retirement benefit fund, or pension, for which regular contributions are deducted from one's salary whilst in employment
{n} a disqualification from years
An organizational pension program created by a company for the benefit of its employees
a tax effective means of putting aside money during your working life for use in retirement
Superannuation for staff members through approved superannuation funds in accordance with legislative obligations and agreements
An investment vehicle which operates primarily to provide benefits for retirement Superannuation savings are usually made through trust funds and if these funds meet prescribed government standards they are eligible for tax concessions
A compulsory payment of a portion of employee's wages to a fund that does not get paid out to the employee until they reach retirement age
A means of setting aside funds during working life for use in retirement
a monthly payment made to someone who is retired from work
Superannuation is money which people pay regularly into a special fund so that when they retire from their job they will receive money regularly as a pension. The union pressed for a superannuation scheme. = pension. money paid as a pension , especially from your former employer
A retirement benefit fund, for which regular contributions are deducted from ones salary while working
A method of saving money towards retirement while working •De Facto Relationships
Also known as super, it is a compulsory savings program to make sure that when you reach retirement age, you have some money to live on Your employer must make contributions into your super fund You can also make contributions to your super
the act of discharging someone because of age (especially to cause someone to retire from service on a pension)
the property of being out of date and not current
A pension or payment to a person retiring from full-time work on reaching a legislated age The term also refers to the accumulating contributions by employers and employees to a superannuation fund
{i} state of being too old to work or hold office; state of being old-fashioned or out of date
Pension arising out of contributions made by an employer to a fund for the benefit of an employee
The state of being superannuated, or too old for office or business; the state of being disqualified by old age; decrepitude
To become antiquated; to become incapacitated or disqualified for active work because of old age or infirmity With respect to employee retirement plans, having reached or passed the age of retirement
superannuation scheme
a type of pension plan that is paid for by your employer





    [ "sü-p&r-'an-y&-"w ] (verb.) 1649. back-formation from superannuated.

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