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pension scheme

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpension schemeˈpension scheme noun [countable] British English  a pension plan
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pension schemePart-time workers were more likely to work for an employer who did not offer an occupational pension scheme.Private pension scheme tax concessions grew as part of deliberate policy.
From Longman Business Dictionarypension schemeˈpension ˌscheme British EnglishFINANCE a system in which an employer, insurance company etc provides workers with a pension after they have made regular payments into the scheme over many years SYN PENSION PLANA good company pension scheme helps to attract and keep staff.The ruling applies to occupational pension schemes but not to the state earnings-related scheme. scheme
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