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Example Sentences for "pension"

The old man had to find a part-time job because his pension was not enough for him to live onHis pension when he retires will be approximately $800 a month.

The old man had to find a part-time job because his pension was not enough for him to live on.

Each month my employer matches my contribution to my pension plan, so I should have enough money when I retire to live comfortably.

We should start saving some money for the future because my pension won't be enough to support us when I retire.

If you retire before the age of 65, you will receive a reduced pension.

Depending on the country, the age at which at person may draw a full pension ranges from 55 to 67 years of age.

In 1994, pension funds in Europe were estimated at about one trillion dollars.

In Austria, the pension insurance system has been reformed in order to raise the retirement age.

Janice has been receiving a disability pension ever since she broke her back in a car accident.

Despite her small pension, my grandmother was always very generous with her grandchildren.

Will my wife still receive my pension if I die before her?

He contributes a small amount to his pension fund every month.

If I retire now, I will only receive about 65% percent of my pension.

Politicians who serve at least 6 years in office receive a very generous pension upon retirement from politics.

In Finland, even those who have never had a job receive a pension when they reach the age of 65.

Denis Waitley once advised, Chase your passion, not your pension.

Find someone who receives a pension.


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