Translation of superannuation in Spanish:

superannuation

pensión de jubilación, n.

Pronunciation /ˌsupərˌænjəˈweɪʃ(ə)n//ˌsuːpəranjʊˈeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

British
formal

  • 1

    (pension)
    pensión de jubilación feminine
    jubilación feminine
    before noun superannuation contributions imposiciones feminine Chile
    • superannuation fund fondo de pensiones
    • superannuation scheme plan de jubilación
    • This is causing many countries to panic over the level of taxes being generated and the money needed to help fund superannuation and health services.
    • In most cases, New Zealand Superannuation will make up the bulk of this income, although you may have private superannuation or other investments in place which will make regular payments.
    • It has to contend with a growing number of people in retirement and a smaller number of taxpayers left to cover the cost of superannuation and other retiree-related expenses, such as health care.
    • We need to raise retirement ages and means test for superannuation and put some rights and responsibilities back in the hands of the people.
    • Calculate any other income you expect to receive such as New Zealand superannuation, private superannuation or any other investments.
    • But, you see, if we pay for their superannuation, then we can expect to have ours paid for too.
    • With nearly 70 percent of survey respondents indicating that they were either on a benefit, including national superannuation, or were a student, this result is not surprising.
    • Each party will then take some of the superannuation and whatever modest current assets they had, and then be able to finally determine their financial relations.
    • As of February 1996, some 6 months after separation, he became entitled to superannuation, by virtue of that disability.
  • 2

    (retirement)
    jubilación feminine