Ass. suppl.

English translation: Supplementary allowance

16:47 Nov 29, 2018
Italian to English translations [PRO]
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Italian term or phrase: Ass. suppl.
Hi, this abbreviation appears on a pay slip. Would it be 'assistenza supplementare' or 'assicurazione supplementare' or something else? It is on the 'elementi retributivi' side, not the deductions. My thoughts are that it would be translated as 'supplementary social security allowance' but I'm not at all sure. Thanks for any assistance.
Christine Birch
United Kingdom
English translation:Supplementary allowance
Explanation:
This is the third item on a payslip and is a variable figure depending on type of employment contract and region.
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Alison Kennedy
Italy
Local time: 01:15
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Thanks very much for clarifying what the 'ass.' in particular stood for.
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Supplementary allowance


Explanation:
This is the third item on a payslip and is a variable figure depending on type of employment contract and region.

Alison Kennedy
Italy
Local time: 01:15
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Grading comment
Thanks very much for clarifying what the 'ass.' in particular stood for.

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agree  dandamesh: Assegni supplementari
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