Jargon Buster: Defined Benefit

A pension scheme which provides its members with a pre-determined level of pension on retirement, usually a proportion of their salary relative to the number of years they have worked for the employer. ‘Final salary’ schemes are the most common type but other forms include career average schemes.

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