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spaarloonregeling

English translation: salary savings scheme/ employee savings scheme

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03:44 Jul 6, 2000
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
Dutch term or phrase: spaarloonregeling
I have no other information unfortunately. Thanks for your suggestions!

Anne
anne_key
Local time: 23:28
English translation:salary savings scheme/ employee savings scheme
Explanation:
This is another way for the employer to hold on to your money a bit longer! Usually involving shady tax benefits and all manner of trickery.... but that's my experience. Basically it's a scheme operated by employers or an association thereof, a certain amount is deducted from your wage/salary and deposited in a savings account. You can usually withdraw it, with interest of course, after a fixed period, say 10 years. I hope this is of some use.
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Simon Jones
Local time: 23:28
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Very useful information and good reference. I sympathise with you on the shady dealings and all the different kinds of trickery that employers get up to! But I guess that's what employers are for...
Thanks again,
Anne
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naSave-as-you-earn schemexxxjarry
nasalary savings scheme/ employee savings schemeSimon Jones
naemployee savings schemeKathleen Ferny


  

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10 mins
employee savings scheme


Explanation:
Bron: Terminologie Financieel Management
Uitgeverij Kluwer

Good luck!

Kathleen Ferny
Belgium
Local time: 00:28
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 27
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16 mins
salary savings scheme/ employee savings scheme


Explanation:
This is another way for the employer to hold on to your money a bit longer! Usually involving shady tax benefits and all manner of trickery.... but that's my experience. Basically it's a scheme operated by employers or an association thereof, a certain amount is deducted from your wage/salary and deposited in a savings account. You can usually withdraw it, with interest of course, after a fixed period, say 10 years. I hope this is of some use.


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Simon Jones
Local time: 23:28
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 12
Grading comment
Very useful information and good reference. I sympathise with you on the shady dealings and all the different kinds of trickery that employers get up to! But I guess that's what employers are for...
Thanks again,
Anne
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22 mins
Save-as-you-earn scheme


Explanation:
This is the most common translation for this term. For confirmation see A.J. de Keizer's Financieel Economisch Lexicon N-E. ISBN90-802919-1-9

xxxjarry
South Africa
Local time: 01:28
Native speaker of: English
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