How to define your pension and how it will be calculated.
This article is part of a series of articles on the definition of pension.
In general, pension is defined as an income paid to a person over the life of their life.
The definition of the pension in most countries is based on the income earned during a person’s life.
It may be an annual salary or an annual bonus.
The amount of income is not the only important aspect of the definition.
The most important aspect is the type of income.
This is where a pension differs from the other retirement income.
Pension is defined by the amount of money that you can earn during your life.
If you earn income from working, you can receive a pension from your employer.
You may also receive a payment from your parents.
If your parents died before you were born, the pension will be paid to them.
If the parents died while you were a child, the income will be split between you and your parents for life.
You will not receive any pension from a charity.
The government usually pays pensions to people who have contributed their time and energy to the economy.
However, it is not always necessary.
Pensions can also be paid for the work done by an individual or group of people, for example, as a pension to a company, or by a pensioner.
In most countries, pensioners are entitled to a pension.
Paid pensions are paid to people by their employer and are often paid out in lump sums.
In some countries, it can be as little as $100 or as much as $1,000.
In the United States, people with a pension are considered to have earned it.
The term ‘pension’ means a defined benefit pension, which is paid to individuals or a group of individuals.
In other words, the payment is made to someone who has worked their whole life and who is able to support themselves.
The basic concept of pension is the same in all countries.
In the United Kingdom, it’s called the State Pension.
The type of pension that you receive is also a key factor in deciding what type of retirement income you should receive.
It is important to define how much you will receive for the duration of your life, and to define the income you can expect to receive.
For the purpose of calculating your pension, the amount you can collect is called your ‘pensions’.
The amount you earn is called the ‘pays’.
In most cases, the basic principle is to divide the earnings by the number of years you are working, so the pensionable lifetime earnings for someone working 40 years or more is 2,500,000 ($3,400,000).
This is equal to the annual salary of a full-time employee.
This means that if you are earning $100,000 a year and you are aged 50,000, the standard amount of pensionable life earnings is $1.3 million.
However in some countries the amount will vary.
This is because the length of your working life is often different.
For example, if you work 40 years, and you have a pensionable career, your pensionable salary is likely to be higher.
However if you live to be 75, your lifetime earnings are likely to come out lower, and the standard annual pensionable income is likely lower.
The standard annual earnings for a pensioned person is usually lower than that of a non-pensioned person.
For more information on what you can get for your retirement income, visit the National Pensions website.