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No Worker Left Behind: The Uncertain Destiny Of The "Esodati" In Italy
Under the so-called Pension Law Reform, the retirement age of Italian workers was increased starting in 1 January 2012.
United States
1 May 2013
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Increase Of Pension Age To 67 In Germany
An individual can claim the standard old-age pension when reaching the minimum pension age provided that he or she has completed the five-year general qualifying period.
Germany
1 May 2013
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New Legal Provisions Of The French Finance Act 2013
The Finance Act also now classifies the proceeds of stock options and share sales as salary income that is subject to the income tax regime.
France
1 May 2013
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The Minimum Return Guarantee Of Belgian Occupational Pension Schemes Revisited
Over the past decade, the Belgian Government has encouraged employers to introduce occupational pension plans for their workers.
United States
29 Apr 2013
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Pension Auto-Enrolment Requirements In The UK—An Update
Readers of this bulletin will be aware that starting in October 2012, a duty is being phased in for UK employers to automatically enroll eligible employees into a qualifying pension plan.
United States
29 Apr 2013
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Supplementary Pension Schemes Contributions Reform
The social security contributions regime for supplementary pension schemes has been radically overhauled over the past two years.
France
25 Jun 2012
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Pensions Issues In European Mergers And Acquisitions
Pensions-related issues have long been a major concern in M&A transactions in the United States. Issues relating to funding can color the attractiveness of a transaction, and liabilities relating to multi-employer plans and to postretirement medical expenses can have a significant effect on the economic viability of the transaction.
UK
 
13 Nov 2007
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