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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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superannuationsu‧per‧an‧nu‧a‧tion /ˌsuːpərænjuˈeɪʃən/ noun [uncountable]  especially British English technicalBEW money paid as a pension1, especially from your former employer
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superannuationThe costing of both staff is based on their salaries and allows for National Insurance contributions and superannuation.Dependent children are not usually covered by superannuation, although you should notify your employer if you are the sole breadwinner.He emphasises the need for recurrent education and presses for guaranteed incomes for all and a national superannuation fund.The overhaul of superannuation policy in the late 1960s never really happened.Personal pensions work on a different principle from most occupational schemes or superannuation.It is subject to tax, superannuation and national insurance deductions - unlike State Sickness Benefit.We have seen that this does not tend to include funds such as the superannuation fund and trust funds.The best example is where the superannuation fund is not consolidated.
From Longman Business Dictionarysuperannuationsu‧per‧an‧nu‧a‧tion /ˌsuːpərænjuˈeɪʃən/ noun [uncountable] British EnglishHUMAN RESOURCES money paid to someone after they have finished their working life or are too ill to continue working SYN PENSIONFinancing your retirement through superannuation is no longer considered sufficient.Some authorities operate superannuation funds on behalf of past employees.
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