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  • Pensionable services is the actual completed years of service in governmental position.

  • Any change in the status of beneficiaries should be reported to PPA.

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  • The pension is an entitlement insured by PPA and it is not a heritage.

  • The pension of the deceased pensioner is distributed equally between the beneficiaries.

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  • The pension of a female who was an employee in the government is guaranteed even if her husband is an employee or a pensioner.

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  • The pension is ceased if the pensioner appointed in a governmental position.

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 Pension Settlement

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Upon subscriber’s service termination in the last scheme with the conditions of inclusion and benefitting from the retirement pension, pension shall be settled on basis of calculating all terms of service in both schemes as follows:
  • In case the pension scheme is the last, pension shall be settled by calculating all terms between both schemes as per the provisions of pension scheme and on the basis of the last salary received by the employee in such scheme.
  • In case the social insurance scheme is the last scheme, pension shall be settled through calculating all terms of service between the two schemes and on the basis of salary average in the last two years unless such average exceeds the last salary in the first scheme (subscription term in pension scheme) multiplied to the coefficient defined under actuarial table NO (5) attached to scheme. In such case, due pension shall be calculated for the two terms as follows:
    1. A pension shall be calculated for the subscription term spent under the coverage of social insurance scheme on basis of the last subscription average in the last two years defined under the provisions of such scheme.
    2. Another pension shall be calculated for the term calculated under the first scheme on basis of the last salary in such scheme as per the provisions thereof multiplied to the coefficient defined under the actuarial table NO (5) attached to the scheme. Such pension shall be added to the pension allocated in paragraph (A) above and both them shall be paid to the subscriber as one single pension.
Examples of calculating the pension resulting from inclusion of terms if the last scheme is (Civil Pension Scheme):
      • Subscription term in the social insurance scheme: 6 years.
      • Subscription term in the civil pension scheme: 30 years.
      • Last salary in subscription term in civil pension scheme: SR 12000
        Retirement Scheme = 6 + 30 x 12000) ÷ 40 = SR 10800
Examples of calculating the pension resulting from inclusion of terms of the last scheme is (Military Pension Scheme):  
      • Subscription term in the social insurance scheme: 5 years.
      • Subscription term in the military pension scheme: 20 years.
      • Last salary in subscription term in military pension scheme: SR 7744 
      • Retirement Scheme = 5 + 20 x 774) ÷ 40 = SR 5531,43  
Examples of calculating the pension resulting from inclusion of terms of the last scheme is (social insurance Scheme):  
      • Subscription term in the civil pension scheme: 6 years.
      • Last salary in subscription term in civil pension scheme: SR 7000
      • Subscription term in social insurance scheme: 15 years
      • Salary average in the last two years in subscription term in social insurance scheme is SR 14000.
      • In such case, the salary average in the last two years if subscription the social insurance scheme = SR 14000 exceeding the result of multiplying the salary to the subscription term in civil pension scheme to coefficient of the actuarial table NO (5) = 7000 x 1.80094 = 12606,58 > 14000.  
Therefore, the retiree shall receive two pensions as follows:  
    1. A pension for the subscription term in civil pension scheme:  (1.80094× 6 × 7000) ÷ 40 = SR 1890.99
    2. A pension for the subscription term in social insurance scheme:(14000 x 15) ÷ 40 = SR 5250
                                                 Total Pension = 1890.99 + 5250 = 7140.99
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