Translation of pensionable in Spanish:

pensionable

jubilatorio, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpɛnʃ(ə)nəb(ə)l//ˈpɛnʃ(ə)nəb(ə)l/

adjective

British

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    jubilatorio
    de jubilación
    de retiro
    pensionable service (en el trabajo) antigüedad feminine
    • this post is pensionable este puesto da derecho a jubilación
    • Only 49 per cent of private sector workers in pensionable employment are now members of defined benefit schemes.
    • I've been working on and off since 1987, but I knew that a lot of this employment wasn't pensionable.
    • I had served at the same Canadian university for 35 pensionable years before I retired.
    • It used to take five years of pensionable service before employees enjoyed this flexibility.
    • She knows she can retire at 60 and take 25 per cent of the fund value tax-free or €50,000 at pensionable age.
    • Preservation provisions under the Pensions Act arise where employees have at least five years pensionable service with their current employer.
    • Jake has twelve years pensionable service with an insurance company.
    • In fact, only about half of my working life to date is made up of pensionable service, which leaves me with a gap of about nine years.
    • The company has decided to freeze the level of pensionable salaries for its 10,000 workers.
    • For individuals in occupational pension schemes the maximum contribution you can make is 15 per cent of your pensionable salary.
    • Public and civil servants have the option of buying back years of pensionable service and availing of additional voluntary contribution schemes to top up their pensions.
    • According to a survey of 200 people in the sector, nearly half of those who left permanent and pensionable jobs to work in interim management said variety and challenge were the main attractions.
    • The maximum pension is two thirds of final salary, based on 40 years of full pensionable service.
    • On reaching pensionable age, you can sell or continue to rent it depending on your requirements at that time.
    • If you have a permanent pensionable job to return to, you are in an even stronger bargaining position.
    • In defined benefit schemes, a member accrues pension benefits based on their service, the amount of pension accrued for each year of service and their pensionable salary.
    • Alternatively, they can opt for a tax-free lump sum of 1.5 times their final pensionable salary and 50 per cent of this salary as a guaranteed income for life.
    • As the promise of the pensionable lifelong job continues to fade, careers are becoming more fractured and an increasing number of people are trying several careers during their working lives.
    • If you are a member of an occupational scheme, you are entitled to a maximum of up to 1.5 times your final pensionable salary, depending on your years of service.
    • That way you can forget about the money and let it grow until you reach pensionable age.