Terms used in official statistics

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Pre-retirement allowances and benefits


Definition:

Pre-retirement allowance - a cash benefit granted by the Social Insurance Institution to a person in retirement age who has lost their only source of income.

Pre-retirement benefit - cash benefit paid after meeting the common conditions for granting the pre-retirement benefit and individual conditions depended on, among others on the lenth of service, age and reasons for termination of employment.


Source:
  • Act of 30 April 2004 on Pre-retirement Benefits
    Place of publication: (Dz.U. 2021 poz. 1867, z późn. zm.)

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