- [sə:ps]abbreviation (in the UK) state earnings-related pension scheme.
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SERPS — Entitlement to SERPs is in addition to the basic pension and as its amount is dependent on the claimant s earnings since April 1978 on which employee National Insurance Contributions (NIC) have been paid. SERPs can be replaced by a contracted out … Law dictionary
SERPS — may refer to:* State Earnings Related Pension Scheme, a UK Government pension arrangement from April 6 1978 to April 5 2002 * SERPs, short for search engine results pages … Wikipedia
Serps — (Sierps), Stadt im Kreise Mlawa des Gouvernements Plock im russischen Königreich Polen, an der Sierpsiencia, zwischen Morästen; 1 Schloß, 2 Kirchen, vormaliges Benedictinernonnenkloster, 1 Synagoge; 600 Häuser u. 5015 Ew., wovon fast die Hälfte… … Pierer's Universal-Lexikon
SERPS — State Earnings Related Pension Scheme a British government system which pays a regular income to people who have stopped working because they are old, based on the amount that they earned while they were working … Dictionary of contemporary English
SERPS — State Earnings Related Pension Scheme (SERPS) A top up pension scheme to boost the state basic pension. Employees can build up an entitlement to SERPs by paying National Insurance Contributions on part of their earnings. Financial Services… … Financial and business terms
SERPS — abbr. Fin State Earnings Related Pension Scheme: in the United Kingdom, a state program designed to pay retired employees an additional pension to the standard state pension. Contributions, collected through National Insurance payments, and… … The ultimate business dictionary
SERPS — ➡ pensions * * * … Universalium
SERPS — State Earnings Related Pension Scheme (Governmental) … Abbreviations dictionary
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SERPS — An acronym for State Earnings Related Pension Scheme … International financial encyclopaedia