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- adj. That qualifies to receive a pension
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Entitled to receive a pension.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Entitled to a pension: as, he is not pensionable.
- Entitling to a pension: as, pensionable disabilities.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. entitled to receive a pension
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Plus anyone coming up for retirement was better off with a small rise in pensionable salary, than overtime.
The legions of activists gather in pensionable hours, but are sewing a rich harvest of the very hatreds they are supposed to be weeding out.
People of pensionable age were also less likely to cancel treatments.
Is moving the pensionable age back to 67 in 2026 sufficient? he asked.
This week, as they launch their report, the authors of the Gold Age Power List will ask the great British public to stop dismissing those of a pensionable age.
The report says the only way to raise money in the short term is to increase contributions, but in the longer term the final salary schemes must go and the pensionable retirement age must be revisited.
These are: how much they can expect to receive at retirement in today's terms; what the implications are of delaying pension saving or foregoing it completely; and how much it will cost them compared with what they can expect to receive in pensionable income.
Many public sector employees will be aware of the intention to replace the current final salary figure used to work out pensionable income with the potentially less generous career averaging calculation.
Inspectors and Chief Inspectors got £3,000 (pensionable) pay added to their salaries several years ago.
You are right Jimbofinn they did, and it was pensionable as well, which suited many inspectors who were approaching retirement and in non operational rolls which was possibly the majority, however if you were operational especially a DI then this had a detrimental effect as a murder enquiry with extensive hours worked etc would not incurr paid overtime.