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10:53 Jul 19, 2005
German to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Accounting
German term or phrase: Gesetzlich sozialer Aufwand
Personalaufwendungen in einer Bilanz.
Es handelt sich um die Überschrift einer Spalte neben den Spalten: Abfindungen; VBG-Aufwand
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4 +1statutory social security contributionsRobinB
3social welfare expenditure
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social welfare expenditure


Explanation:
Sozialaufwand m
(Pw) social welfare expenditure

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statutory social security contributions


Explanation:
A pretty standard term, I think (of course these are only the *employer's* contributions).

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