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English translation: Percent deductible contribution or Excess/deductible contribution percentage or surplus supplement percentage

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Dutch term or phrase:Excedentaanvullingspercentage
English translation:Percent deductible contribution or Excess/deductible contribution percentage or surplus supplement percentage
Entered by: Patrick De Ridder
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19:14 Aug 30, 2006
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Insurance
Dutch term or phrase: Excedentaanvullingspercentage

Another formula contains this gem
"Verzekerd bedrag = (Excedentaanvullingspercentage – 70%) * minimum[jaarsalaris , gemaximeerd WIA-jaarloon]"
Bron: Generali Toelichting WIA Tarief

*pity jurlex only allows me to check AB and C :( wonder what they might have come up with.*

Thanx
Patrick De Ridder
Local time: 15:49
"Percent deductible contribution" or "Excess/deductible contribution percentage"
Explanation:
Just a few ideas...

Excedent is already English, I would normally think of as "residual" or "excess" as being more in context, although excess normally means amounts over statutory maximums which could give rise to a fine, penalty or taxation. If that's not the case for this document, I would opt for "deductible".

Also see http://www.proz.com/kudoz/787673

As for "aanvulling" in an insurance context is probably an amount contributed towards an annuity (a "supplement" if you will). So "contribution" works here.

Not 100% sure, but HTH

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Note added at 23 hrs (2006-08-31 18:16:19 GMT)
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Excuse the poor English. I was deleting, adding, copy pasting, and rearranging and hit Submit before re-reading my response.
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Bryan Crumpler
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thanx for the 'aanvulling' :) crumpler
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"Percent deductible contribution" or "Excess/deductible contribution percentage"


Explanation:
Just a few ideas...

Excedent is already English, I would normally think of as "residual" or "excess" as being more in context, although excess normally means amounts over statutory maximums which could give rise to a fine, penalty or taxation. If that's not the case for this document, I would opt for "deductible".

Also see http://www.proz.com/kudoz/787673

As for "aanvulling" in an insurance context is probably an amount contributed towards an annuity (a "supplement" if you will). So "contribution" works here.

Not 100% sure, but HTH

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Note added at 23 hrs (2006-08-31 18:16:19 GMT)
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Excuse the poor English. I was deleting, adding, copy pasting, and rearranging and hit Submit before re-reading my response.


    Reference: http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/html/uscode26/usc_sec_26_0...
    Reference: http://www.proz.com/kudoz/787673
Bryan Crumpler
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thanx for the 'aanvulling' :) crumpler
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