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13:15 Aug 13, 2010
Dutch to English translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - Insurance / pensions
Dutch term or phrase:premievrije bijboeking
"Ten slotte is er een nieuwe voorziening getroffen voor premievrije bijboeking bij arbeidsongeschiktheid."
I believe "premievrije bijboeking" refers to the fact that, normally, premiums have to be paid for the pension that is built up (normally, these are paid by the employer and employee). In this case, they will still be paid by the insurance; mostly in cases of (longterm) disability/inability.
Good question, but it's failed the two-minute test, ie I've spent too long researching it :) However, premievrij is non-contributory or zero-premium, and a bijboeking appears to be some kind of top-up or additional pension contribution paid by an employer, insurance company or trade union - in other words the employee gets more money but doesn't have to pay anything extra.