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2007 | 34 | 2(395) | 20-26
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The Public Pension System in the United Kindom

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The pension system in the United Kingdom consists of three pillars. The first pillar, compulsory and a flat-rate, is provided by the state and consists of the Basic State Pension (BSP). The second pillar is compulsory for an employers with earnings above a certain floor and is knwon as the State Second Pension (SSP). It is possible to leave (contract out of) SSP to join a voluntary stakeholder, an occupational, or a personal pension scheme, that form the third pillar. The aim of this study is to describe state pension system in the United Kingdom; it describes the current system of pension provision and focuses on the level and on the amount of contribuitions paid for National Insurance Fund, numbers of pensioners and amounts of benefits.
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34
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20-26
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  • S. Pienkowska, Uniwersytet Warminsko-Mazurski w Olsztynie, ul. Oczapowskiego 2, 10-719 Olsztyn, Poland
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07PLAAAA02945966
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bwmeta1.element.c33bae77-ef73-3c6a-8141-ed543a7e79d9
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