Example sentences for: pension

How can you use “pension” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • I am thinking particularly of the post-presidential pension and office expense allowances.

  • Specifically, for fiscal year 2001, the senior executive in the Nashville regional office had a target for his office for an abandoned telephone call rate of not more than 5 percent for customers' inquiries of VBA's benefit programs, such as compensation and pension services.

  • employee contributions, if any, and the employer entity contributions (593) Customs Service fees (576) Deposit fund transactions (600) Deposits by states for unemployment trust fund (575) Deposits of earnings, Federal Reserve System (577) Disposition of revenue to other entities: custodial transfers (596) Diversion fees, Department of Justice (583) Donation of property, plant, and equipment: types that are expensed (598) Donations: except types of property, plant, and equipment that are expensed (577) Downward subsidy reestimates for post-1991 direct loans and loan guarantees (598) Employer entity contributions to health benefit plans for current coverage of Federal employees (590) Employer entity contributions to pension and other retirement benefit plans for Federal employees (589) Employer entity contributions to social insurance programs (588) Employer entity payments for unemployment benefits and workers compensation (590) Federal employee contributions to health benefits plan for current coverage of Federal employees (584) Federal employee contributions to pension and other retirement benefit plans (583) Fees on post-1991 direct loans and loan guarantees (598) Fines and penalties (578) Forfeitures (578) Individual income taxes, corporation income taxes, social insurance taxes and contributions, excise

  • Even more bizarrely, the Tax Foundation study counts as part of the tax burden things that aren't taxes, such as private pension contributions by government workers or rental fees on property owned by the government.

  • 1 in "pension-bond debt" (there was a firestorm of criticism when Whitman borrowed from pension reserves to pay for the tax cut); and finally, No.


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