Definition of Old-age insurance
1. Noun. Insurance paid to the elderly.
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Literary usage of Old-age insurance
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1. Principles of Labor Legislation by John Rogers Commons, John Bertram Andrews (1920)
"Business concerns furnishing old age insurance for their employees are also rare, especially in this country, as are those granting straight old age ..."
2. Facing Old Age: A Study of Old Age Dependency in the United States and Old by Abraham Epstein (1922)
"France was the first to follow Germany's example in adopting a compulsory old age insurance system in 1910. Since the signing of the Armistice, ..."
3. Annual Report of the Commissioner of Labor by United States Bureau of Labor (1911)
"THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOB old-age insurance On the subject of insurance and savings the prevailing opinion among the Spanish authorities was that private ..."
4. Social insurance: with special reference to American conditions by Isaac Max Rubinow (1913)
"The principle of employers' contributions which was admitted all through the discussion of Compulsory Old-Age Insurance to be an essential principle of the ..."
5. Principles of Economics: With Special Reference to American Conditions by Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman (1914)
"Half a century later Italy and Belgium offered government subsidies to voluntary old age insurance. It was not, however, until 1889 that a national system ..."
6. Selected Articles on Social Insurance by Julia Emily Johnsen (1922)
"OLD AGE INSURANCE 1 A survey of the attempts at the solution of this problem ... State action to establish a general system of old age insurance or pensions ..."