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|French to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|French term or phrase: prevoyance forfaitare|
|It is in a sallary report, I NEED HELP!!!|
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fonds de prévoyance-assurance s
OBS - air-Canada rap 1963 s
insurance reserve fund s
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compuslory *** contributions
« Prévoyance » comes up from time to time. As with all questions, the more detailed teh context, the better. Basing my answer essentially on the GDT, you will find that there are various types of « prévoyance », including :
~ en faveur du personnel = staff provident scheme
~ pour enfants = provision for children
~ pour la vieillesse = provision for old age (retirement pension)
~ sur les survivants = insurance for benefit of surviving dependants
All of which boil down to some sort of insurance scheme.
Anything which is « forfaitaire » in relation to insurance means that it is fixed-rate, minimum, ie compulsory.
Your term « prévoyance forfaitaire » is referring to compulsory contributions of some sort to some fund or other. For lack of context, I will stick my neck out and hasard a guess that it is probably compulsory contributions into a retirement pension fund. If there is no way of knowing, you ought to check with your client. Who knows, he might be satisfied with « compulsory insurance contributions ». If I were you, I would check though.
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SAlary report? If your original states "bulletin de salaire", it means "wage slip", "pay slip" or something of that ilk. We don't use the term "salary report".
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